Web-Companion "Essential EU Law in Charts" 5th 'post Brexit' ed 2020

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Update | p. 64

Page: 064 Chart Number: 2/25 Chart Title: Membership

The information under the box “(Potential) Candidate States” in the lower half of the page must read:

EU and Euratom

Candidate States: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine

Potential Candidate States: _ , Kosovo

Published: 15 December 2023

Update | p. 154

Page: 154 Chart Number: 7/24 Chart Title: Data protection in the EU

For an Overview chart of the EU’s digital policies and relating regulative ‘grand design’ (with partial cross-references to OECD and Council of Europe), see https://eudigitaldesign.eur-charts.eu.

Published: 15 August 2022

Typographical error | p. 306

Page: 306 Chart Number: 11/7 Chart Title: Degree or type of harmonization

The box in the fifth row on the right hand side must read:

Common minimum rules beyond which the Member States may go; e.g.:

  • Art. 8(1) of Directive 92/85 on pregnancy and maternity: a continuous period of maternity leave of at least 14 weeks (health protection);
  • Art. 97(1) of Directive 2006/112 on VAT: the standard rate of value added tax may not be less than 15%;
  • Art. 6 of Directive 2003/88 on working time: at the most 48 hours of working time per week (health protection);
  • The whole of certain directives, e.g. Art. 7 of Directive 2004/113.

National rules above the EU minimum are outside the scope of the secondary law in question; TSN (2019).

Published: 10 December 2020