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CMED opens public consultation on draft resolution regulating sanction procedures

The Medication Market Regulation Chamber (CMED) opened yesterday, September 13, 2017, public consultation on a resolution that provides for the administrative process for the determination of infractions and the application of penalties arising from conduct that violates the market regulatory norms of medicines.

The proposed resolution defines the applicable infractions and penalties, including specifying how fines are determined, through the use of predefined formulas. The intention is to optimize the management and analysis of administrative processes, outlining the steps of establishing and instructing sanctioning procedures, as well as providing for the possibility of voluntary reparation prior to the initiation of administrative proceedings and subsequent redress, important innovations of the CMED. In addition, this resolution also institutionalizes the Commitments for the Adjustment of Conduct to be concluded on the initiative of CMED itself or at the request of the interested party.

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