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View Commission's Position on Recital 30a

EU Commission's Position

As adopted 14th September, 2016

Recital 30a

N/A

Recital 30a doesn't feature in the Commission's proposal.

View Council's Position on Recital 30a

EU Council's Position

As adopted 25th May, 2018

Recital 30a

N/A

Recital 30a doesn't feature in the Council's adopted proposal.

EU Commission's Position

As adopted 14th September, 2016

View Council's Position on Recital 30a

Recital 30a

N/A

Recital 30a doesn't feature in the Commission's proposal.

EU Council's Position

As adopted 25th May, 2018

View Commission's Position on Recital 30a

Recital 30a

N/A

Recital 30a doesn't feature in the Council's adopted proposal.

EU Parliament's Position

As adopted 12th September, 2018

Update 14th September 2018: This proposal is the version adopted by the EU Parliament on 12th September 2018. Emboldened text denotes an amendment.

Recital 30a (new)

Union legal deposit

The preservation of the Union’s heritage is of the utmost importance and should be strengthened for the benefit of future generations. This should be achieved notably through the protection of published heritage.

To this end, a Union legal deposit should be created in order to ensure that publications concerning the Union, such as Union law, Union history and integration, Union policy and Union democracy, institutional and parliamentary affairs, and politics, and, thereby, the Union’s intellectual record and future published heritage, are collected systematically.

Not only should such heritage be preserved through the creation of a Union archive for publications dealing with Union-related matters, but it should also be made available to Union citizens and future generations. The European Parliament Library, as the Library of the only Union institution directly representing Union citizens, should be designated as the Union depository library.

In order not to create an excessive burden on publishers, printers and importers, only electronic publications, such as e-books, e-journals and e-magazines should be deposited in the European Parliament Library, which should make available for readers publications covered by the Union legal deposit at the European Parliament Library for the purpose of research or study and under the control of the European Parliament Library. Such publications should not be made available online externally.

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