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The Composite Case for National Parliaments in the European Union: Who Profits from Enhanced Involvement

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 July 2006


National parliaments near-universally endorsed in the European Union constitution-building process – Case for national parliaments a composite one: different scholarly approaches and national and European institutions support a greater role for national parliaments for different reasons – The overall endorsement of national parliaments remains a balancing act between competing agendas – Future reforms and treaty-drafting efforts most likely will continue to favour approaches of open-ended political content – No risk for the national governments nor Union institutions.

© Asser Press 2006

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