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At any time, you can tell us how you think existing laws and initiatives could be made more effective and efficient

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Your suggestions will be reviewed by the REFIT Platform, and may be reflected in their recommendations to the Commission.

If the Platform decides not to follow up a suggestion, an explanation will be sent to the person or organisation who submitted it.

The REFIT Platform does not consider suggestions related to:

  • draft laws currently in legislative procedure 
  • EU laws that entered into application less than two years ago
  • a planned or on-going consultation of social partners

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  • Anonymous (Australia)
    20 July 2018 EU citizen
    Anonymous (Australia)

    This suggestion was removed either at the request of the author or because it did not comply with the European Commission's rules for publishing feedback and suggestions.

  • Corneliu Raileanu (Moldova)
    8 July 2018 EU citizen
    Corneliu Raileanu (Moldova)

    Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, This text regards Work Time Directive and describes the effects and consequences on my personal life and outlines key changes to safeguard other EU citizens. The broad consensus that is made in relation to the existence of this regulation is to ensure an adequate and reliable balance of rights and obligations between workers and employers. The input created a system where workers are subject to 48 hours of work per...

  • Anonymous (Hungary)
    26 June 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    Anonymous (Hungary)

    According to the Erasmus Plus Programme Guide, eligible expenditures regarding intellectual outputs are clearly grouped into different categories depending not only on the profile of the staff involved (manager, teacher / trainer, technician, administrative staff) but also on the country of the participating organization whose staff is involved. Although this system aimed at taking the different levels of purchasing power in EU states’...

  • Damian Simeonov (Bulgaria)
    21 June 2018 EU citizen
    Damian Simeonov (Bulgaria)

    This suggestion was removed either at the request of the author or because it did not comply with the European Commission's rules for publishing feedback and suggestions.

  • Diego González (Spain)
    17 June 2018 EU citizen
    Diego González (Spain)

    Dear Sir / Madam, I suggest to simplify the posting of workers in Europe by removing the limit of 24 months. I do not know why that limitation exists, but it is difficulting the Union and there shall be no time limit. Kindest regards, Diego González

  • Anonymous (United Kingdom)
    16 June 2018 EU citizen
    Anonymous (United Kingdom)

    I suggest the EU reviews and highlights the compliance of internet memes with Art 13 of the Copyright Reform Proposal. Memes are a significant part of the online activity of the majority of young people, making them worth preserving. Most memes are created by independent individuals who use the meme template of other creators. In that regard, they are created and developed spontaneously and with complete freedom. Art 13 might impose...

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