The planning is indicative and proposals are subject to Better Regulation principles, including the requirement to conduct an impact assessment.
The agenda includes items on interinstitutional agreement on the Transparency Register, a reform of the electoral law of the European Union and the statute and funding of European political parties and European political foundations.
The Task Force will report to the President by 15 July 2018, making recommendations on how to better apply the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality, identifying policy areas where work could be re-delegated or definitely returned to Member States, as well as ways to better involve regional and local authorities in EU policy making and delivery.
A first round of negotiations between the EU and Chile for a modernised Association Agreement will take place on 16 November, in Brussels. This follows the decision taken today by EU Member States to approve the mandate for the European Union to conduct these negotiations.
On 14 November President Donald Tusk will attend the ASEAN-EU Summit marking the 40th anniversary of the establishment of ASEAN-EU relations.
On 13 November, the Council approved a mandate to negotiate the modernisation of the existing association agreement with Chile.