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It also outlines how the latest leaked documents reveal that the majority of member states are also trying to block and weaken any future reform on the newly proposed Type Approval Framework Regulation, stripping the Commission of any powers to do independent checks on in-use vehicles. The Competitiveness Council meeting on 28/29 November will consider the new post-Dieselgate testing reform. A few days later Transport Council will demand changes to the EU rules instead of enforcing the current cheating ban. This scandalous stalemate and lack of action has been created by a Mexican style stand-off between the national governments that refuse to act against their home carmakers and instead point their finger at others.