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The Croatian government on Thursday sent to parliament amendments to the law on judicial cooperation in criminal matters with European Union countries enabling as of January 1 the full application of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), including to crimes committed before 7 August 2002.
A few days before Croatia joined the EU on July 1, parliament amended the law, dubbed Lex Perkovic, to apply the EAW to crimes committed after 7 August 2002. This resulted in a conflict with the European Commission, which last week initiated a procedure that could result in sanctions against Croatia. Today's amendments enable the termination of the procedure.
The Commission has said that the option to impose a time limit on the EAW existed only during the adoption of the EU acquis and that Croatia could have asked for the option during the accession negotiations, which it did not do.
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