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Italy: Cultured meat bill awaiting notification in Brussels

Meat
Italy
Regulation & Compliances
Published Dec 1, 2023

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The bill against cultured meat, which was approved by the Chamber on November 16, has not yet been formally sent to the President of the Republic for promulgation because it needs to be notified to Europe first. The notification process, called TRIS, allows member states and the Commission to evaluate draft laws concerning the single market. Italy had initially sent the notification in July but later withdrew it, likely to wait for any potential amendments during the parliamentary process. The bill could face obstacles in Brussels if it is deemed to impede trade within the single market, potentially leading to an infringement procedure.
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The bill against cultured meat, definitively approved by the Chamber on November 16, has not yet formally arrived at the Quirinale where the President of the Republic should proceed with its promulgation. In fact, before being subjected to examination by the President of the Republic, it requires notification of the law to Europe. That is, the Tris procedure which is used by Member States and the Commission to analyze draft laws concerning the single market. the Minister of Agriculture Francesco Lollobrigida, last November 15, had assured that the Italian Government would notify "the law to Europe immediately after its approval, as happened in many other circumstances" Regarding laws that have a European impact, there is a procedure called TRIS which is used by member states and the Commission to analyze draft laws, like this one, which concern the single market. So if there are any critical issues they are resolved immediately. Italy - according to what was possible to ...
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