2.It would pick one freedom (goods) and not the three others which are integral part of the Single Market (SM)
4. It would also weaken the homogeneity and undermine the credibility of the SM for the following other reasons
5. SM implies for participating States to follow all EU rules, norms and standards for goods, they are not allowed to choose among them (Same for EEA)
6. There cannot be a « common rule book », unless it contains all and same pertinent EU rules adopted by EU legislative authorities : same level playing field for all
7. Identical interpretation of these rules is necessary and must be given for all by the EU Court of justice
8. It is therefore not acceptable that both National Courts and EU Court of justice may simply « take into account the relevant case law of the Courts of the other party »
9. Timely and correct implementation of these rules must be under surveillance of an independent authority (Commission in EU member States, Surveillance Authority in EEA/EFTA States)
10. These rules must prevail on laws of the participating States: the principle of primacy of EU law in EU member States.
11. As regards the EEA/EFTA States: « for cases of possible conflicts between implemented EEA rules and other statutory provisions, the EFTA States undertake ...