Right to Repair: MEPs criticize proposal

“The best thing about the proposal is that it now exists,” says René Repasi on the phone, shortly after the publication of the Commission’s draft for a Right to Repair. The SPD MEP is still visibly upset by the negative assessment of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board (RSB), which caused a significant delay. In an exchange in the Internal Market Committee (IMCO) with Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders a few days later, Repasi spoke of an “unnecessary holding pattern of half a year” and urged that the processing and negotiations be completed before the end of this legislative term.

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