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Although Switzerland participates in the development of Schengen/Dublin law, it has no right to participate in decision-making. Switzerland retains the sovereign right to accept or reject any new Schengen/Dublin provisions or measures decided by the EU. Since the Agreement was signed on 26 October 2004, the EU has notified Switzerland of 153 developments (as at
11 March 2014), all to do with Schengen. This involves 14 legal developments which Parliament has to approve or has already approved. In terms of the Dublin agreement there are three developments until today.
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