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Pagpapasimple sa mga panuntunan ng EU para sa mga mamamayan at negosyo: Mga natuklasan mula sa 2022 Annual Burden Survey

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Ang European Commission ay nai-publish ang Taunang survey sa Burden sa 2022, which presents the Commission’s action to simplify and modernise EU rules. It lays out the progress and concrete examples of what the Commission has achieved in the first year of fully applying the ‘one in, one out’ approach, as well as with its Regulatory Fitness and Performance (REFIT) programme and its follow-up to the recommendations of the Fit for Future Platform high-level expert group. This work is reinforced by additional efforts, as outlined in the SME Relief Package.

First year results of implementing the ‘one in, one out’ approach

The ‘one in, one out’ represents a kind of ‘cost brake’, which means that all new compliance costs, including administrative costs, for citizens and businesses are quantified and offset with a reduction of existing burden or compensated to the greatest extent possible. The Commission applied the approach to 52 legislative proposals in 2022. The adopted proposals are expected to reduce the overall administrative burden by €7.3 billion. Digitalisation and interoperable solutions often help achieve cost savings.

Achievements of the Commission’s simplification and burden reduction work – REFIT

Noong 2022, tinapos ng Komisyon ang mga pagsusuri, pagsusuri sa fitness at mga inihain na pagbabago ng batas ng EU na may potensyal na magdala ng makabuluhang pagbabawas ng pasanin at mga benepisyo sa pagpapasimple para sa mga mamamayan, negosyo at pampublikong awtoridad. Ang mga inisyatiba ay sumasaklaw sa isang malawak na hanay ng mga lugar ng patakaran mula sa pagkilos at kompetisyon sa klima, hustisya at paglipat, kadaliang kumilos at transportasyon sa iisang merkado. Ang Survey ay naglalaman ng mga detalyadong halimbawa ng mga tagumpay na ito.

The Commission’s follow-up to the work of the Fit for Future platform

Ang Pagkasyahin para sa Future Platform ampon 10 na opinyon in its annual work programme, covering a wide range of initiatives that include, amongst others, enterprise friendly VAT, the governance of the energy union and climate action, access of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to capital, food waste and donations, and the REACH Regulation on chemicals. The Survey reports on the Platform’s recommendations and the Commission’s follow-up to all of the opinions.

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Ang Komisyon ay tinatanggap ang mga karagdagang mungkahi sa pagpapasimple ng mga patakaran ng EU sa pamamagitan ng Sabihin mo: Pasimplehin! portal mula sa lahat ng mamamayan ng Europa, negosyo, organisasyon, at institusyon.

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Ang Annual Burden Survey ay bahagi ng Better Regulation Agenda at ang Regulatory Fitness and Performance Program (REFIT), the Commission’s regulatory approach for evidence-based and transparent policymaking. The 2021 Mas Mahusay na Komunikasyon sa Regulasyon proposed concrete improvements in the EU law-making process to foster Europe’s recovery and to ensure that EU laws remain future-proof, including the introduction of the ‘one in, one-out’ approach. The Pagkasyahin para sa Future Platform, a high-level expert group of national, regional and local authorities, civil society organisations, businesses and members of the RegHub network of the Committee of the Regions, was set up in 2020 to complement the Commission’s regulatory simplification work.

Para sa karagdagang impormasyon

Mga Priyoridad sa Pulitika ng Komisyon ng von der Leyen

Ang agenda ng Better Regulation

Ang 2021 Better Regulation Communication

Ang ehersisyo sa Stocktaking sa 2019

REFIT - ginagawang mas simple ang batas sa EU, hindi gaanong magastos at patunay sa hinaharap

REFIT – scoreboard

Ang proseso ng paggawa ng batas sa EU

Ang Have Your Say portal

Ang Sabihin Mo: Pasimplehin! portal

Pagkasyahin para sa Future Platform

Today more than ever, we need to strengthen the long-term competitiveness of the EU and an effective and efficient regulatory framework is crucial in this regard. As we keep on advancing our green and digital transitions, we want to bring concrete benefits to citizens, businesses and public authorities at minimum costs. This annual overview shows that we are delivering on our simplification and burden reduction efforts, guaranteeing that EU laws and initiatives do not create unnecessary burdens for citizens and businesses.Maroš Šefčovič, Executive Vice-President for European Green deal, Interinstitutional Relations and Foresight – 11/09/2023

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