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EU Justice Sub-Committee
Report published 2 February 2017. Government response published 6 April 2017.
This report is the result of a short inquiry into the legality of the EU sanctions listing process, conducted by the Justice Sub-Committee of the European Union Committee. The purpose of the inquiry was to understand better why EU sanctions were being struck down by the EU courts, and to investigate whether improvements could be made to the sanctions listing process.
EU Justice Committee publishes Government response to its report on the legality of EU sanctions