Ð’Â· While one may question whether a national policy of the Games will still be possible for the government when this architecture will be fully implemented, notwithstanding the constraints of European harmonization. .
Some question whether these independent agencies (agencies, commission, regulatory authority, observatory.) are not too many.
To which Alex Turk, president of the CNIL answers: they say that there are too many but we never stop creating new ones: Hadopi Arjel (23) Other more fundamental concern that the proliferation of independent authorities do a political dispossession of himself and a fragmented view of public action (24) to the detriment of general interest.
This register some observers saw the appointment of a government commissioner al’Arcep (which was later overturned) as a takeover of the policy on telecoms regulatory body..
Ð’Ð‚Ñž In relation to games if the concerns and questions also exist (and might explain why the CCJ and the observatory of the games were delayed), it appears they are not justified.
As for the Arjel, regulates, enforces regulations, does not define a political game. For (future) Games Committee, as repeatedly reminded by Senator Trucy, it will be merely advisory.
OBSERVATORY games as it will measure, evaluate, analyze, within the epistemological framework of scientific neutrality.
In the final state with an overall assessment of the general interest, will always draw the broad lines of a policy of national games-in a fun walk and a European and global evolution-is the balance between freedom, responsibility..
AND TAXATION Ð’Â· Certainly if Parliament is no longer tail, the state remains the main dealer of the gaming industry..