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The Legislative Process in the EC

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ISBN13: 9789065446909
ISBN: 9065446907
Published: July 1995
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: £91.00

The fourth volume in the ""European Monographs"" series includes chapters covering such topics as: legislative power and the Community; initiation of council legislation; the council as a community institution; and the interplay between Community institutions in the enactment of council legislation.

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Part 1 Introduction: the European Community and European union; legislative power and the Community; the legislative process of the Community.
Part 2 Stage 1 - the commission proposal: structure of the Commission; operation of the Commission; initiation of council legislation.
Part 3 Stage 2 - the first consultations: the European parliament; the economic and social committee; other consultations; reactions of the Commission.
Part 4 Stage 3 - the council's first round - common position or legislative act: structure of the council; operation of the council; the council as a Community institution; the council's first reading.
Part 5 Stage 4 - the second round: the second reading by the European parliament; supplementary opinions; the Commission's reaction; the council's second reading and final disposition.
Part 6 The Commission as legislator: secondary legislation of the Commission; tertiary legislation of the Commission.
Part 7 Conclusion: the interplay between the Community institutions in the enactment of council legislation; the democratic deficit in the Community; a few words on lobbying.