What Is the European Regulation and Directives?

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EU directives and regulations lay down certain end results that must be achieved in every member state. National authorities have to adapt their laws to meet these goals, but are free to decide how to do so. Directives are used to bring different national laws into line with each other and are particularly common in matters affecting the operation of the single market for example product safety standards.
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The Regulations and Directives of the EU are both legal acts provided in the EU treaty. However, regulations are rules that are directly implemented by the member states, while directives are those rules that are imposed internally through the member states' individual governments, for the benefit of Europe. You can find out more about this on the EU website.
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