The Swedish Presidency’s progress on the regulation to prohibit products made with forced labour from the EU is “good news, but not enough”, according to the European Parliament’s co-rapporteur on the file, Maria-Manuel Leitão-Marques.

The co-rapporteur urged Stockholm to speed up its work before its term at the helm of the EU Council ends in June.

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are starting their work on the EU Commission’s proposal for a ban on the import and export of products tainted by human rights abuses, presented in September 2022.

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