I have been approached with a question why total responsibility for issues related to cooperation with the EU should not be transferred in total to one, select, CoG institution. The colleague argued, that such an institution could be charged with negotiations with the EU in all fields of cooperation, preparation of laws adjusting national legislation to the acquis, drafting by-laws, monitoring of progress in implementation by line ministries, etc. This should lead, according to the author of the question, to better harmonisation of efforts in various fields of activity, better use of available resources, hence better results in cooperation with the EU.
What do YOU think ?
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