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Cooperation between national authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws (CPC) CHAFEA/2017/CP/CPC-JA - CONS-CPC-JA-2017
Deadline: 12 Sep 2017   CALL EXPIRED

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1. BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THIS CALL

1.1. The Consumer Programme

On 26 February 2014, the European Parliament and the Council adopted a Regulation establishing a programme of Community action in the field of consumer policy (2014- 2020)1. The Consumer Programme is intended to complement, support and monitor the policies of the Member States and to contribute to protecting the health, safety and economic and legal interests of consumers, as well as to promote their right to information, to education and to organise themselves in order to safeguard their interests, supporting the integration of such consumer interests into other policy areas.

Its specific objectives are:

  1. Safety: to consolidate and enhance product safety
  2. Consumer information and education and support to consumer organisations
  3. Rights and redress: to develop and reinforce consumer rights
  4. Enforcement: to support enforcement of consumer rights

1.2. The Commission’s annual work programme for 2017

On 28 November 2016 the Commission adopted a Decision concerning the adoption of the annual work programme in the area of consumer policy for 2017.

The Commission’s annual work programme for 2017 sets out details of the financing mechanisms and of the priority areas for actions in implementing the Consumer Programme (Commission Decision C (2016) 7610 final of 28/11/2016)2.

1.3. Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency

The Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (hereafter Chafea) is entrusted by the European Commission with the implementation of parts of the Consumer programme and will be in charge of this invitation.

1.4. The present call for proposals

The present call for proposals relates to the financing mechanisms for specific joint actions between national authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws, in the framework of objective IV Action 2.1.4 of the Annex to the Work

Programme for 20173: "Grants for joint actions to improve cooperation between national authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection law".

The proposed joint actions should strengthen the application of the 254/2014 EU Regulation to improve the cooperation between national authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws. These actions will also facilitate the implementation of the CPC Regulation and the strengthening of enforcement of consumer rights, especially online, in line with the Digital Single Market strategy.

The area for funding, the exclusion, eligibility, selection, and award criteria for funding, the financial provisions and the procedure to apply are described below.

 

2. OBJECTIVES

The Commission’s annual work programme sets out the specific priority areas for action to be implemented through this call for proposals.

The joint actions may cover one or more of the following aspects of administrative cross- border co-operation activities related to strengthen cross-border enforcement capacities in the Member States (EFTA/EEA countries):

  •   Preparing action for the modernisation of the functioning of the CPC regulation and notably improvements of the efficiency of the network when it comes to alert gathering and sharing of enforcement plans and prioritisation, work with representatives of various stakeholders groups such as other concerned authorities, trade and consumer associations;

  •   Tackling effectively infringements in e-commerce, more investment in e- enforcement capacities in the Member States is needed (such as for internet investigation laboratories).

The awarding authority will only accept proposals for specific joint actions which fall under the scope specified in this call for proposals.

 

3. TIMETABLE & DEADLINE

The deadline for submission is 12 September 2017, 17:00:00 Hs. (Brussels local time).

 

a) Publication of the call

April 2017

 

b) Deadline for submitting the application

September 2017

 

c) Evaluation period (indicative)

End of October 2017

 

d) Notification letter (results of the evaluation)

Mid - November 2017

 

e) Signature of grant agreement (indicative)

Mid - December 2017

 

f) Starting date of the action (indicative)

January 2018

 

4. BUDGET AVAILABLE
The total amount available for this call is EUR 1.000.000, 00
The contribution will, in principle, not exceed 50%. It can, however, reach 70%:

  1. for actions of exceptional utility which involve at least 6 Member States/ EEA countries;
  2. for actions that concern infringements which cause or are likely to cause harm in two or more Member States/ EEA countries.

 

5. ADMISSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Applications must be submitted via the online submission system before the deadline specified under point 3.

Applications must be drafted in one the EU official languages. However, if the proposal is submitted in another language than English, applicants are strongly encouraged to accompany the proposal with an English translation, in order to facilitate assessment by the evaluators, as the working language of the Agency is English.

 

6. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

6.1. Eligible applicant

Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria set out in section 2.1.4 of the Annex to the 2017 annual work programme4:

All beneficiaries eligible for grants must be authorities notified to the Commission in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 by a Member State or by a third country referred to in Article 7 of the Consumer programme 2014-2020, or non-profit-making bodies expressly designated by those authorities for that purpose.

o The grant application is eligible if submitted by:

  • -  legal person(s),

  • -  entity/ies which do(es) not have legal personality under the applicable national law, provided that its/their representatives have the capacity to undertake legal obligations on behalf of the entity and offer(s) guarantees for the protection of the Union's financial interests equivalent to those offered by legal persons.

The application shall state the legal status of the applicant.

 

6.2. Eligible countries

Only applications from entities established in one of the following countries are eligible:

o EU Member States;

o Article 7 of the Consumer Programme 2014-2020 states that participation in the Programme shall be open to: the countries of the European Free Trade Association participating in the European Economic Area (EFTA/EEA countries), in accordance with the conditions established in the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Therefore, all reference in this invitation to the Member States, their representatives, authorities and bodies must be read as also referring to the EFTA/EEA countries under the applicable conditions.

6.3. Eligible activities

The Commission’s annual work programme sets out the specific priority areas for action to be implemented through this call for proposals.

The joint actions may cover one or more of the following aspects of administrative cross- border co-operation activities related to strengthen cross-border enforcement capacities in the Member States (EFTA/EEA countries):

o Collection and analysis of information;
o Cooperation or training workshops for different authorities and stakeholders ;
o Studies;
o Legal analysis and assistance;
o Consultancy support and investment in hard and software for internet investigations;

and operational expenditure to support coordinated surveillance; o Enforcement actions (including test-purchases).

As a general rule, the joint actions to be co-funded should be proposed by:

o More than one Member States/EEA countries; or
o A single Member State/EEA country provided that the activities planned aim at

improving the mutual assistance and cooperation between authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws.

Implementation period

As a general rule, the maximum duration of joint actions ranges from 12 to 36 months (maximum duration). The indicative starting date and duration of the joint action shall be specified in the grant application.

The compliance with the eligibility criteria will be assessed based on the application content.

 

7. EXCLUSION CRITERIA
7.1. Exclusion from participation (Art. 106 FR)

Applicants will be excluded from participating in the direct grant invitation procedure if they are in any of the following situations:

(a) the economic operator is bankrupt, subject to insolvency or winding-up procedures, where its assets are being administered by a liquidator or by a court, where it is in an arrangement with creditors, where its business activities are suspended, or where it is in any analogous situation arising from a similar procedure provided for under national laws or regulations;

  1. (b)  it has been established by a final judgment or a final administrative decision that the economic operator is in breach of its obligations relating to the payment of taxes or social security contributions in accordance with the law of the country in which it is established, with those of the country in which the contracting authority is located or those of the country of the performance of the contract;

  2. (c)  it has been established by a final judgment or a final administrative decision that the economic operator is guilty of grave professional misconduct by having violated applicable laws or regulations or ethical standards of the profession to which the economic operator belongs, or by having engaged in any wrongful conduct which has an impact on its professional credibility where such conduct denotes wrongful intent or gross negligence, including, in particular, any of the following:

    1. (i)  fraudulently or negligently misrepresenting information required for the verification of the absence of grounds for exclusion or the fulfilment of selection criteria or in the performance of a contract;

    2. (ii)  entering into agreement with other economic operators with the aim of distorting competition;

    3. (iii)  violating intellectual property rights;

    4. (iv)  attempting to influence the decision-making process of the contracting authority during the procurement procedure;

    5. (v)  attempting to obtain confidential information that may confer upon it undue advantages in the procurement procedure;

  3. (d)  it has been established by a final judgment that the economic operator is guilty of any of the following:

    1. (i)  fraud, within the meaning of Article 1 of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities' financial interests, drawn up by the Council Act of 26 July 1995;

    2. (ii)  corruption, as defined in Article 3 of the Convention on the fight against corruption involving officials of the European Communities or officials of Member States of the European Union, drawn up by the Council Act of 26 May 1997, and in Article 2(1) of Council Framework Decision 2003/568/JHA, as well as corruption as defined in the law of the country where the contracting authority is located, the country in which the economic operator is established or the country of the performance of the contract;

    3. (iii)  participation in a criminal organisation, as defined in Article 2 of Council Framework Decision 2008/841/JHA;

    4. (iv)  money laundering or terrorist financing, as defined in Article 1 of Directive 2005/60/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council;

    5. (v)  terrorist-related offences or offences linked to terrorist activities, as defined in Articles 1 and 3 of Council Framework Decision 2002/475/JHA, respectively, or inciting, aiding, abetting or attempting to commit such offences, as referred to in Article 4 of that Decision;

    6. (vi)  child labour or other forms of trafficking in human beings as defined in Article 2 of Directive 2011/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council;

  4. (e)  the economic operator has shown significant deficiencies in complying with main obligations in the performance of a contract financed by the budget, which has led to its early termination or to the application of liquidated damages or other contractual penalties, or which has been discovered following checks, audits or investigations by an authorising officer, OLAF or the Court of Auditors;

  5. (f)  it has been established by a final judgment or final administrative decision that the economic operator has committed an irregularity within the meaning of Article 1(2) of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 2988/95.

7.2. Exclusion from award

Applicants will not be granted financial assistance if, in the course of the grant award procedure, they:

  1. (a)  are subject to a conflict of interest;

  2. (b)  are guilty of misrepresenting the information required by Chafea as a condition of

participation in the grant award procedure or fail to supply this information;

(c) find themselves in one of the situations of exclusion, referred to in section 7.1. above.

In order to demonstrate compliance with the exclusion criteria, the applicant has to check the relevant box in the electronic submission system certifying that it is not in one of the situations referred to in articles 106(1) and 107 to 109 of the Financial Regulation, as amended (hereinafter referred to as FR)5. The applicant should follow the instructions in the participant portal.

Such declaration is not required in case of low value grants (grants below EUR 60.000,00)

 

8. SELECTION CRITERIA

8.1. Financial viability7

The selection criteria are set out in point 2.1.4 of the Annex to the Annual Work Programme for 2017.

The applicant must have adequate financial resources in order to carry out the proposed action. To be awarded a grant, it must have the necessary operational resources, skills and experience. The verification of the financial capacity will not apply to public bodies.

In case co-funding, the financial viability of all beneficiaries will be assessed.

 

The financial capacity of applicants will be assessed in line with the requirements of the FR. This assessment will not be carried out if:

 The applicant is a public body8;
 The total grant amount requested by the applicant for the proposed action is ≤

EUR 60 000 (low value grants);
The documents that will be requested when assessing the financial viability include:

 The annual accounts (including the balance sheet and the profit and loss statement) for the past financial year for which the accounts were closed (for newly created entities, the business plan shall be submitted to replace the closed accounts);

In addition for a coordinator or other beneficiary requesting an EU-contribution of ≥ EUR 750 000:

 An audit report produced by an approved external auditor certifying the accounts for the last financial year available.

8.2. Operational capacity9

To be awarded a grant, applicants must have the necessary operational resources, skills and professional experience to complete the proposed action.

As evidence the CV of the coordinator and a general description of all organisations involved in the proposed action must be provided. The coordinator should have a proven and sound experience in consumer policy of at least 5 years. S/he should have a proficient knowledge of English, both in writing and speaking.

 

9. AWARD CRITERIA

The award criteria are set out in point 2.1.4 of the Annex to the 2017 Work Programme. A maximum of 100 points can be attributed to a proposal. Proposals have to reach a minimum of 60 points to be accepted.

Actions shall be ranked on the basis of the award criteria below. Financial contribution shall be awarded to the highest scoring actions up to available budget.

  1. (1)  Relevance in terms of the priority areas and in particular how they correspond to the activities covered by Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 under chapter II to IV (mutual assistance and community activities) (40 points);

  2. (2)  Feasibility of the proposed activities and quality and completeness of the project methodology (including timing, project organisation) (40 points);

(3) Consistency and completeness of the estimated budget (20 points).

 

10. LEGAL COMMITMENTS

Following the evaluation, Chafea establishes a list of proposals recommended for funding, ranked according to the total number of points awarded. Depending on budget available, the highest ranked proposal(s) will be awarded co-funding.

In the event of a grant awarded, the beneficiary is invited to enter in an adaptation period via an electronic submission system. If successful, this should result in a grant agreement, drawn up in euro and detailing the conditions and level of funding.

Grant agreement: must be signed electronically first by the applicant if mono-beneficiary or by the coordinator on behalf of the consortium and then by Chafea. All co- beneficiaries must accede to the grant agreement by signing it electronically.

 

11. FINANCIAL PROVISIONS

Applicants need to conform to the principles and rules as set out by the EU Financial Regulation, i.e. the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and the related rules of application of the financial regulation and most importantly provisions under Title VI (Grants).

This section provides information on the general aspects of financial management of a grant in order to have a better understanding of the applicable principles and rules that need to be taken into account within the context of preparing and submitting your application

As already stated earlier, the EC contribution will, in principle, be up to 50% and in no event exceed 70% of the total cost of the action in the case of exceptional utility (which involve at least 6 Member States (EFTA/EEA countries) or concern infringements which cause or are likely to cause harm in two or more Member States), in which case the contributions by the Union to the eligible costs shall not exceed 70%.

11.1. General Principles applicable to grants providing EU-co-funding

Grants awarded under the Consumer programme must comply with the following principles:

a) Principle of non-cumulative award11

An action may only receive one grant from the EU budget.

In no circumstances shall the same costs be financed twice by the Union budget. To ensure this, applicants shall indicate the sources and amounts of Union funding received or applied for the same action or part of the action or for their functioning during the same financial year as well as any other funding received or applied for the same action12.

 

  1. b)  Principle of non-retroactivity 13
    No grant may be awarded retrospectively for actions already completed.

    A grant may be awarded for an action, which has already begun only where the applicant can demonstrate the need to start the action before the grant agreement is signed.

    In such cases, costs eligible for financing may not have been incurred prior to the date of submission of the grant application.

  2. c)  Principle of co-financing14

    Co-financing means that the resources which are necessary to carry out the action may not be entirely provided by the EU grant.

    Co-financing of the action may take the form of:

    •   the beneficiary's own resources,

    •   income generated by the action,

    •   financial contributions from third parties.

  3. d)  No-profitprinciple

Grants shall not have the purpose or effect of producing profit. Profit is defined as surplus of the receipts over eligible costs incurred by the beneficiary at the time of payment request.

Other principles:

  •   Balanced budget

    The estimated budget of the action is to be attached to the application form. It must have revenue and expenditure in balance. The budget must be drawn up in euros.

  •   Implementation contracts/subcontracting

Where the implementation of the action requires the award of procurement contracts (implementation contracts), the beneficiary must award the contract to the bid offering best value for money or the lowest price (as appropriate), avoiding conflicts of interests and retain the documentation for the event of an audit.

For public bodies: entities acting in their capacity of contracting authorities within the meaning of Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on public procurement and repealing Directive 2004/18/EC or contracting entities within the meaning of Directive 2014/25/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal  services sectors and repealing Directive 2004/17/EC Text with EEA relevance shall abide by the applicable national public procurement rules.

Sub-contracting, i.e. the externalisation of specific tasks or activities which form part of the action as described in the technical proposal must satisfy the conditions applicable to any implementation contract (as specified above) and in addition to them the following conditions:

- it may only cover the implementation of a limited part of the action;

- it must be justified having regard to the nature of the action and what is necessary for its implementation;

- it must be clearly stated in the proposal.

11.2. Form of the grant

The grant is a partial reimbursement of the action's total eligible costs at a maximum reimbursement rate defined above (point 4). The grant is expressed both as a maximum amount and also as a maximum pre-defined percentage of the eligible costs.

 Definitions of Eligible and Ineligible costs

Eligible costs are actually incurred by the beneficiary of a grant and meet all the criteria indicated in Article 6 of the Grant Agreement. Eligible costs are identifiable as specific costs directly linked to the performance of the action and can therefore be booked to it directly.

  • -  Eligible (direct and indirect) costs are indicated in the grant agreement (see Articles 6.1., 6.2. and 6.3.);

  • -  Ineligible costs are indicated in the grant agreement (see Article 6.4. of the Grant Agreement).

Please note that contributions in kind are not considered eligible costs.

 Determination of the final grant amount

Chafea establishes the final amount of the grant to the coordinator and the other beneficiaries after completion of the action, and upon approval of the final technical and financial reports containing the documents indicated in the grant agreement.

The final grant amount is calculated as indicated in the grant agreement (see Article 5 of the Grant Agreement).

EU grants may not have the purpose or effect of producing a profit. Profit shall be defined as a surplus of the receipts over the eligible costs incurred by the beneficiary, when the request is made for payment of the balance. In this respect, where a profit is made, Chafea shall be entitled to recover the percentage of the profit corresponding to the final rate of reimbursement of eligible actual costs approved by the Agency.

 

11.3. Payments and payment arrangements

Payments will be made to the coordinator. The coordinator must distribute the payments between the beneficiaries without unjustified delay.

Chafea will transfer a pre-financing payment (see Article 16.2 of the Grant Agreement) to the coordinator within 30 days either from the entry into force of the Agreement (see Article 42) or from 10 days before the starting date of the action (see Article 3 of the Grant Agreement), provided all requested guarantees have been received, whichever is the latest. All other beneficiaries have to sign the accession forms before the coordinator distribute the pre-financing.

Chafea will make an interim payment (see Article 16.3 of the Grant Agreement) to reimburse the actual eligible costs incurred to implement the action during a given reporting period. The number of interim payments will be set in the grant agreement. Interim payments are subject to the approval of the periodic report with the corresponding deliverables and the declaration of actual costs incurred by the beneficiaries. The maximum amount of the interim payments (including the amount of pre-financing) is limited to the 90% of the maximum grant amount as set out in the grant agreement.

Chafea will establish the amount of the final payment to be made to the coordinator on the basis of the calculation of the final grant amount (see section 11.2 above). If the total amount of earlier payments is greater than the final grant amount, the payment of the balance takes the form of a recovery.

If the total amount of earlier payments is lower than the final grant amount, the Agency will pay the balance. Payment is subject to the approval of the final report.

For more details, please see Article 16 of the grant agreement.

11.4. Pre-financing guarantee16

If on the basis of the documents submitted the financial capacity of the applicant is not considered satisfactory, a pre-financing guarantee for up to the same amount of the pre- financing payment may be requested in order to limit the financial risks linked to the pre- financing payment.

If requested, the financial guarantee, in euro, shall be provided by an approved bank or financial institution established in one of the Member State of the European Union. When the beneficiary is established in a third country, the authorising officer responsible may agree that a bank or financial institution established in that third country may provide the guarantee if he considers that the bank or financial institution offers equivalent security and characteristics as those offered by a bank or financial institution established in a Member State. Amounts blocked in bank accounts shall not be accepted as financial guarantees.

The guarantee may be replaced by a joint and several guarantees by a third party or by the irrevocable and unconditional joint guarantee of the beneficiaries of an action who are parties to the same grant agreement.

 

 

The guarantee shall be released as the pre-financing is cleared against payments of balances to the beneficiary, in accordance with the conditions laid down in the grant agreement (Article 16.2 of the Grant Agreement).

No financial guarantee will be requested for beneficiaries receiving an EU contribution of EUR ≤ 60.000 (low value grants) or beneficiaries who are public bodies.

 

12. PUBLICITY
12.1. By the beneficiaries

Beneficiaries must clearly acknowledge the European Union’s contribution in all publications or in conjunction with activities for which the grant is used in line with Article 22 of the grant agreement.

In this respect, beneficiaries are required to give prominence to the name and emblem of the European Union on all their publications, posters, programmes and other products realised under the co-financed project.

To do this they must use the text, the emblem and the disclaimer available at http://ec.europa.eu/chafea/management/visual_identity.html

If this requirement is not fully complied with, the beneficiary’s grant may be reduced in accordance with the provisions of the grant agreement.

12.2. By Chafea / the Commission

With the exception of scholarships paid to natural persons and other direct support paid to natural persons in most need, all information relating to grants awarded in the course of a financial year shall be published on an internet site of the European Union institutions no later than the 30 June of the year following the financial year in which the grants were awarded.

The following information will be published:

- name of the beneficiary;

- address of the beneficiary when the latter is a legal person, region where the beneficiary is a natural person, as defined on NUTS 2 level17 if he/she is domiciled within EU or equivalent if domiciled outside EU;

- subject of the grant;

- amount awarded.

Upon a reasoned and duly substantiated request by the beneficiary, the publication shall be waived if such disclosure risks threatening the rights and freedoms of individuals concerned as protected by the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union or harm the commercial interests of the beneficiaries.

 

13. DATA PROTECTION

The reply to any call for proposals involves the recording and processing of personal data (such as name, address and CV). Such data will be processed pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of

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personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. Unless indicated otherwise, the questions and any personal data requested are required to evaluate the application in accordance with the specifications of the call for proposal will be processed solely for that purpose by the Executive Agency / the Commission. Details concerning the processing of personal data are available on the privacy statement at:

http://ec.europa.eu/chafea/about/data_protection.html

Your personal data may be registered in the Early Detection and Exclusion System (EDES) if you are in one of the situations mentioned in Article 106 of the Financial Regulation18.

 

14. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

A formal application for funding for specific joint actions to improve the cooperation between authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws shall be submitted to Chafea via the online application tools developed under the Horizon 2020 Research programme.

The application form is only available online; proposals must be submitted via the Participant Portal and before the call deadline.

No modification to the application is allowed once the deadline for submission has elapsed. However, if there is a need to clarify certain aspects or for the correction of clerical mistakes, the Executive Agency may contact the applicant for this purpose during the evaluation process.

Applicants will be informed in writing about the results of the selection process.

Before submitting a proposal:

  1. (1)  Find the call:

    https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities

  2. (2)  Create an account to submit a proposal:

    https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/cas/eim/external/register.cgi

  3. (3)  Register all partners via the beneficiary registry:

    http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/organisations/regi ster.html

Information on how to access the online application tool will be available in call section of the Chafea website:

http://ec.europa.eu/chafea/consumers/consumers_calls.html

In submitting a proposal, the applicant accepts the procedures and conditions as described in this call and in the documents to which it refers.

For more details please consult part B of the guide for applicants.

 

15. EVALUATION

All proposals received by Chafea via the Electronic Submission System go through a multi-level process of evaluation with regards to several categories of criteria: the eligibility, exclusion, selection and award criteria.

The evaluation of proposals is carried out in the strictest confidentiality. 15.1. Evaluation process overview and outcomes

All criteria and the mandatory supporting documents are specified in the Call for proposals 2017 document. Please read these criteria carefully. Proposals failing to meet any of these criteria will be excluded at the given stage of the evaluation chain. This may mean that they are not submitted to the evaluation of the award criteria.

 

16. CONTACTS

For issues regarding the online submission tools please contact the IT helpdesk set-up for this purpose via the participant portal web-site.

For non-IT related questions please contact Chafea’s helpdesk at:

CHAFEA-CP-CALLS@ec.europa.eu

In all correspondence related to this call (e.g. an information request) reference must be clearly made to this specific call. Once the electronic exchange system allocates a proposal ID, the applicant must use this number in all subsequent correspondence.

After the deadline for submission modifications to the application are impossible.

 

17. ANNEXES

- Guide for applicants
- Multi-beneficiary Model Grant Agreement and Annexes - Mono-beneficiary Model Grant Agreement and Annexes



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