European Commission expected to present Single Market Emergency Instrument in September
On 11 May 2022 the feedback period related to the new EU instrument to guarantee functioning of single market during emergencies ended.
This initiative, the single market emergency instrument (SMEI), aims to put in place a flexible and transparent mechanism to respond quickly to emergencies and crises that threaten the functioning of the single market.
The initiative will ensure the coordination, solidarity and coherence of the EU crisis response and protect the single market’s functioning, ensuring:
The ETUC's submission on the initiative, focuses on the following areas:
Below you can find the full submission.