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rafa Oct 01, 2013 06:23 PM
100% of cars in Poland are allowed to drive and 50% of them shouldnt ! Government doesnt care about it at all ! They should take away rights from regular car shops because the drivers bribe the car shops! and so all of the cars are allowed in here. Please file a complaint to Polish Government and make them pay for that, half of the cars should have been disposed a long time ago... the smog and C02 emissions by old cars are excessive, Poland is faking everything in EU union. They dont give a shit about your union! make them pay for it please!
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EEA Oct 07, 2013 02:55 PM
Dear Rafa,

The EEA has no legal mandate for providing legal or technical assistance for legal complaints and no powers of investigation.

The European Commission is responsible for ensuring that Community law is correctly applied and anyone may lodge a complaint with the Commission against a Member State. To be admissible, a complaint has to relate to an infringement of Community law by a Member State.

Anyone who considers lodging a complaint with the Commission is also invited to seek redress from the national administrative or judicial authorities (including the national or regional ombudsman and/or arbitration and conciliation procedures available).

Internet and postal addresses of relevant national authorities can be obtained at:
http://www.asser.nl/default.aspx?site_id=7&level1=12222

At the following links, you can read more about European Commission infringement proceedings for non-compliance with Community law Principles.

Making a complaint:
http://ec.europa.eu/[…]/your_rights_forms_en.htm

Exercise your rights:
http://ec.europa.eu/[…]/your_rights_en.htm
 
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