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Author: Olaf Tans,Carla Zoethout,Jit Peters
ISBN: 9076871817
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 253 pages
Publisher Europa Law Publishing (July 15, 2007)
Language English
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eBook National Parliaments and European Democracy: A Bottom-up Approach to European Constitutionalism download

by Olaf Tans,Carla Zoethout,Jit Peters


respect, the book proposes a ‘bottom-up’ approach to European constitutionalism, which means that the political systems of the Member States are considered to. be the prime source of inspiration, the main input.

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Olaf Tans, Carla Zoethout and. Jit Peters (eds). National Parliaments. The role that national parliaments (NPs). should play in the European Union (EU). and European Democracy: A Bottom-up Approach to European. Groningen : European. Law Publishing, 2007. policy-making process is an increasingly hot. topic, primarily due to growing concerns that.

Olaf Tans, Carla Zoethout and Jit Peters (eds). National Parliaments and European Democracy: A Bottom-up Approach to European Constitutionalism. Groningen: European Law Publishing, 2007.

Tans, OJ, Zoethout, CM & Peters, J (eds) 2007, National Parliaments and European Democracy. Europa Law Publishing, Groningen. A Bottum-Up Approach to European Constitutionalism. Groningen : Europa Law Publishing, 2007.

National Parliaments and European Democracy: A Bottom-up Approach to European Constitutionalism. Their approach is quite original. Most analyses of NPs in the EU end up recommending changes based on some abstract normative principles of democracy, representation, and institutional theories of government.

Volume 4, Issue 2. June 2008, pp. 391-393. Groningen/Amsterdam, Europe Law Publishing 2007) 253 . NUR 828; ISBN 978-90-76871-81-3.

Europa Law Publishing. National Parliaments and European Democracy A Bottom-up Approach to European Constitutionalism. This book engages in the vivid debate about the role of national parliaments in the future European democracy.

This book engages in the vivid debate about the role of national parliaments in the future European democracy

This book engages in the vivid debate about the role of national parliaments in the future European democracy. These parliaments are widely regarded to be essential in reducing the European Union's democratic deficit, but it remains unclear how their function should be organized. In this respect, the book proposes a 'bottom-up' approach to European constitutionalism, which means that the political systems of the Member States are considered to be the prime source of inspiration - the main input - to the process of establishing supranational norms.

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This book engages in the vivid debate about the role of national parliaments in the future European democracy. These parliaments are widely regarded to be essential in reducing the European Union's democratic deficit, but it remains unclear how their function should be organized. Attempts to arrive at Union-wide regulation - for example, in the constitutional treaty - have not resulted in a comprehensive regime based on a clear political philosophy. The purpose of this volume is to contribute to such a regime on the basis of a comparative analysis of scrutiny systems, as they exist today. In this respect, the book proposes a 'bottom-up' approach to European constitutionalism, which means that the political systems of the Member States are considered to be the prime source of inspiration - the main input - to the process of establishing supranational norms.