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ECN : The Advocate General Wathelet suggests that the Court of Justice of the European Union observe the procedural autonomy of Member States and their competition authorities when adopting leniency programmes, subject to the respect of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the general principles of the European Union (DHL)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In his Opinion, Advocate General Wathelet suggests that the Court should reply to the Italian Council of State that the European Competition Network's (ECN) 2006 Model Leniency Programme has no binding effect on national competition authorities (NCAs).

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Alexandre Lacresse, ECN : The Advocate General Wathelet suggests that the Court of Justice of the European Union observe the procedural autonomy of Member States and their competition authorities when adopting leniency programmes, subject to the respect of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the general principles of the European Union (DHL), 10 September 2015, Concurrences N° 4-2015, Art. N° 76378, p. 181

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