Approves The Protocol Established Under Article 34 Of The Treaty On European Union, Amending, As Regards The Creation Of A File Of Customs Identification, The Convention On The Use Of Information Technology For Adu

Original Language Title: Aprova o Protocolo estabelecido ao abrigo do artigo 34.º do Tratado da União Europeia que altera, no que se refere à criação de um ficheiro de identificação dos processos de inquérito aduaneiro, a Convenção sobre a Utilização da Informática no Domínio Adu

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PRESIDENCY of the COUNCIL of MINISTERS resolution No. 122/X 1 whereas customs cooperation in the European Union is an important component in the area of freedom, security and justice; Having regard to the exchange of information between customs services of the various Member States is an essential aspect of such cooperation; Considering the need to enhance cooperation and make more effective the collection, processing and exchange of classified information, essential to combating customs and fiscal fraud and those forms of crime. So: under d) of paragraph 1 of article 197 of the Constitution the Government presents to the Assembly of the Republic the following resolution: Approving the Protocol established under article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, amending, as regards the creation of a file of customs identification, the Convention on the use of information technology for customs purposes signed in Brussels on 8 May 2003, the text of the authenticated version in Portuguese language follows annex.

Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers of 30 December 2008 the Prime Minister of State and Minister for Foreign Affairs the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Presidency