Agreement On EU’s Radical Pharma Reform Plans ‘Could Take Three Years’
The controversial nature of some of the plans in the EU medicines legislative overhaul suggests a long road ahead for negotiations at the European Parliament and Council, with some “substantial amendments” likely along the way.
You may also be interested in...
The late delivery of the “pharmaceutical package” leaves little time for the legislative process to take shape before European Parliament elections are held in June next year.
The texts of the proposals cannot be formally presented to the European Parliament until they have been translated into all of the EU’s official languages.
The European Parliament and the Council of the EU are preparing their positions on the planned overhaul of the EU medicines legislation ahead of discussions that are expected to take two to three years.