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"The Commission’s 32nd ‘Annual Report on Monitoring the Application of EU Law’ shows that the number of formal infringement procedures has decreased in the last five years, although environment, transport and internal market and services remained the policy areas in which most infringement cases were open in 2014. According to the Commission, the decrease in infringement procedures reflects the effectiveness of their dialogue with Member States. However, the European Parliament has little access to this type of information, and it is difficult for us to evaluate to what extent this reduction is due to a more effective dialogue with Member States. Consequently, I support this report as I strongly believe that the European Parliament could play a more prominent role in the analysis of how accession countries comply with EU law. Furthermore, I agree with the rapporteur`s conclusion that the enforcement of EU law is still not sufficiently transparent and I believe that measures should be taken to increase transparency."@ro2
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