EPP seeks majorities for regulatory break

The majority in favor of the Wolters report on the EU Supply Chain Act turned out to be clearer than many had expected, including Daniel Caspary and Angelika Niebler. The two co-chairs of the CDU/CSU group in the European Parliament had campaigned within the EPP group to reject the compromise negotiated in the Legal Affairs Committee and thus bring down the proposed legislation. However, nearly 50 Christian Democratic members did not join them and instead voted in favor of the compromise proposed by rapporteur Lara Wolters (S&D), along with the majority of Renew group members.

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