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Is the Official Journal of the EU a newspaper?

The OJ is the Official Journal of the European Union. It is not a newspaper, but an official publication that is used to publish legislation, information, notices and preliminary legislative work in the EU.

The OJ is published every day in the 20 official languages in two series. The ‘L series’ contains legislation and the ‘C series’ contains information, notices and preliminary legislative work in the EU. There is also a supplement to the OJ: the ‘S series’, which contains invitations to tender. Invitations to tender may also be found in the TED database.

EUR-Lex has provided free access to the L and C series of the Official Journal since 1999 together with the TED database on the website: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/en/index.htm.

Official Journal
Before the entry into force of the Treaty of Nice on 1 February 2003, the Official Journal was known as the Official Journal of the European Communities.


Sidst opdateret: 22-07-2008  - ANSJ