EU Ministers of Justice and Home Affairs meet in Luxembourg on 9-10 June 2016 to discuss the supply of digital content and the regulation on a European public prosecutor's office. They are also to reach a political agreement on regulations on matrimonial property regimes and property consequences of registered partnerships. Issues related to criminal justice in cyberspace are also being discussed.
In the Home Affairs session, The Council is discussing several security and migration-related issues. It is also addressing visa liberalisation.
Arrival and doorstep by Emily HABER, Secretary of State at the Ministry of the Interior of Germany, at the Justice and Home Affairs Council, on 10 June 2016, in Luxembourg.
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