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Conservation of Wild Birds (Framework for Allowing a Research Derogation To Determine Malta’s Reference Population of Seven Finch Species) Regulations, 2020

CLOSED CONSULTATION  


From: Ministry for Gozo 
​(Wild Birds Regulation Unit)
Published: 18 August 2020
Running till: 15 September 2020
​Last Updated: ​16 September 2020
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Original Consultation



1.        Background
 

The purpose of the proposed regulations is to establish a framework for allowing a research derogation to determine Malta’s reference population of the seven finch species enumerated in regulation 2 (defined as the “relevant species” for the purpose of these regulations) on the basis of Article 9(1)(b) of Directive 2009/147/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 on the conservation of wild birds (Birds Directive) in particular read in conjunction with Article 10 and Annex V(c) of the Birds Directive, and in terms of sub-regulation 9(1)(e) of the Conservation of Wild Birds Regulations. The proposed regulations specifically aim to gather sufficient scientific information in order for Malta to introduce a derogatory regime in terms of Article 9(1)(c) of the Birds Directive that complies with the “small numbers”-criterion as interpreted by the Court of Justice in its C-557/15 judgment.

 
2.        Documents
3.        Submission of input
 
Submissions were sent in by email to wildbirds@gov.mt

Submissions were received by 15 September 2020.                               
We thank you for your input.

Please be informed that submissions will be published on the webpage of this consultation at the end of the scoping phase. The lead Ministry has sole discretion upon the publication of comments.

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·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
As we are a public authority all documents we hold, including documents related to this public consultation process, may be released following a request to us under the Freedom of Information Act (Chap. 496), unless such request may be subject of an exemption arising from the same Act.

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