Commission establishes ‘regulatory scrutiny board’

The European Commission will turn its centralised impact assessment board into a “regulatory scrutiny board” with authority over “major retrospective analyses”

The European Commission will turn its centralised impact assessment board into a “regulatory scrutiny board” with authority over “major retrospective analyses”.

The new body will include two members external to the Commission, it was announced on Thursday. The Commission was unable to give more detail on the composition new body or clarify what type of retrospective assessments were planned at the time of writing.

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