The common fisheries policy is set by the Council of Ministers down to the tiniest details. Its rules are becoming complex, costly, and not always attuned to the places where they must be enforced.
In future, only the broad principles and objectives will be set on the European level, whilst the Member States may organise their implementation for each marine region with inputs from the sector and all of the parties concerned by fisheries issues.
But how should decision-making be distributed among the various parties?
Type: Clip Reference: I-062223 Date: 01/04/2009 Duration: 01:00 DG:Directorate-General for Communication Thesaurus: Common fisheries policy, Common fisheries policy, Common fisheries policy, Common fisheries policy, Council of Ministers, Fish, Fisheries, Fisheries, Fisheries, Fisherman, Fisherman, Fisherman, Fisherman,Fisheries
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