3EU legislation grows with hundreds of new statutory instruments, laws, and directions4every year, upon lots of already existing legislation.
5In this moment there are no stimuli for the parliamentarians to review existing legislation.
6Sunset clauses already exist on part of the EU legislation, namely in the branch of7medicine.
8We recognise that Ursula Von Der Leyen, has proposed the “One-in, one-out” principle,9but we believe that a sunset clause will create a better flow and work environment in the 10EU.
12Old legislation is often outdated and no longer relevant for the member states.
13Tons of old and irrelevant legislation makes the European Parliament more complex and14difficult for the european citizens to understand.
15Relevant and updated legislation give the politicians better opportunities to change16existing legislation, which secures a national anchoring in the European system.
17To ensure growing support for the EU, it's legislation must be updated and reflect the time18we live in.
19A true democracy is transparent for its citizens.
23Member organisation's of LYMEC to campaign for a sunset clause both nationally and
20Calls for: 1.
21An expiry date of 20 years for EU legislation, i.e. after 20 years there will be a mandatory
22review of the legislation. 2.
1. 21An expiry date of 20 years for EU legislation, i.e. after 20 years there will be a mandatory 22review of the legislation.
Attention: This is a preview! The official text is printed in the proposal book for Autumn Congress 08 - 09 November 2019.