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European Parliament, 1997-1999
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Looking at the path we travelled together as Europeans allows us to understand our common European identity. This book begins with a revolutionary event of direct elections of the nine member countries of the European Community for the members of the European Parliament.
The next chapter provides a brief overview of the creation of the European Parliament, which is a product of the confused but dynamic movement to achieve European unity that Book Edition: 1. "This book looks at the evolution of the European Parliament from a wide number of angles and in depth.
It well illuminates how this fascinating European Parliament unique institution - the worlds first experiment in trans-national democracy - continues to innovate, to surprise and to have a significant impact in ways (both positive and negative) that were not always predicted.".
This title was first published in This book investigates the European Parliament’s stance vis-a-vis the Gulf and Yugoslav crises. In unveiling the parliamentary multi-faceted view of these events, reference has been made to the positions taken by constituent political groups and their voting behaviour.
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The powers of the European Parliament, which originally was only a consultative body, have increased in some areas as integration has proceeded. For example, the Parliament gained veto power in most areas relating to economic integration and budgetary policy.
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Informed by and against the backdrop of the European Parliament (EP) elections, this innovative book provides a critical assessment of where Europe stands in terms of the quest to achieve democratic legitimacy. Since the EP elections, the European Union (EU) has experienced multiple crises, which arguably have undermined its legitimacy.
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Assessing the European Parliament’s Power of the Purse: Rights, Capabilities, and Strategies. In book: The New Politics of the European Union Budget, pp Cite this publication.This book analyzes the development of the European Parliament’s (EP) committees and their relationship with national political parties in the light of the EP’s increased legislative role over the last three decades.
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