EC splits justice department in two amid conflict of interest concerns
The European Commission has announced that the existing Directorate-General (DG) for Justice, Freedom and Security is to be split in two due to conflicts of interest. The body, which oversees legislation relating to freedom, security and justice throughout the European Union, will be divided into the DG for Justice and the DG for Home Affairs as of 2 July.
The European Commission has announced that the existing Directorate-General (DG) for Justice, Freedom and Security is to be split in two due to conflicts of interest.
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