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The Role of National Parliaments in the EU after Lisbon: Potentialities and Challenges

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This study was commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs of the European Parliament. It assesses the implementation of the Treaty of Lisbon provisions on national parliaments as well as other related developments since 2009. The issues that are specifically investigated include the treaty provisions regarding national parliaments, Early Warning Mechanism, dialogue between national parliaments and the European Commission, the extending networks of inter-parliamentary cooperation, the parliamentary dimension of the budgetary and economic coordination and finally, the challenges raised by the on-going developments of the European legislative procedure.
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hal-02187823 , version 1 (18-07-2019)

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Olivier Rozenberg. The Role of National Parliaments in the EU after Lisbon: Potentialities and Challenges : PE 583.126. [Rapport de recherche] Parlement européen. 2017, pp.70. ⟨hal-02187823⟩
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