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Commission recommendation on radiation protection

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), Commission Recommendation 91/444/Euratom of 26 July 1991 invites Member States to communicate to the Commission, in accordance with the Treaty, all draft laws, regulations and administrati...
Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), Commission Recommendation 91/444/Euratom of 26 July 1991 invites Member States to communicate to the Commission, in accordance with the Treaty, all draft laws, regulations and administrative provisions designed to ensure the establishment of uniform safety standards to protect the health of the general public and workers against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation. Member States are further invited to refrain from adopting any draft provisions before the Commission has communicated its recommendations to them or before a period of three months has elapsed starting from the date on which the Commission receives the draft provisions, and to communicate to the Commission any major amendments to draft provisions which have already been presented for recommendations as well as the text which has finally been adopted.

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