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Tuesday, 17 May 2011

The Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI) under MEP scrutiny

Following the entry into force of the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI), the European Parliament’s Committee on Development (DEVE) established four (now five) permanent working groups to exercise Parliament's right of scrutiny over all major programming documents proposed by the Commission. The process led to a sustained and structured in-depth dialogue between DEVE and the Commission, and constituted a useful learning process for both institutions: DEVE learned about the difficulties faced by the Commission during programming, and it hopes that the Commission also became more aware of the practical meaning of Parliament’s democratic scrutiny and the committee’s working methods. During the EP Plenary Session from 6-9 June, DEVE reviews the functioning of the instrument.

Source: European Parliament/CTA