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A development and processing power in Uruguay. Proposal for creation within the framework of Territoriesnet.org, the European Union, the Mercosur Parliament and the University of the Republic: The case of Minas, Lavalleja
Is it possible to steer the concepts of development and transformation to a wide range of different sizes, with the aim and goal of developing and transforming our societies and social groups, our territories and places at local, sub-regional and regional levels? If this row can be built, is it poss...
Euro-Barometer 31: European Elections, 1989: Pre-Election Survey, March-April 1989
This round of Euro-Barometer surveys had for its major focus issues surrounding the European elections. Questions on political party preferences asked respondents which party they felt the closest to, how they voted in their country's last general election, how they would vote if a general election...
What legal treatment for the personal data? Illustration by connected mobility and ' assurance
Conference " L ' assurance and the data element, Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE, 26-/04/2019-26/04/2019 The presentation recalls the key legal concepts for the protection of personal data, proposes a focus on “criminal offence data” and gives an account of the data needed by insurers, according t...
Members’ written questions under international law
In an area essentially and by their nature reserved for the government, such as foreign affairs, Members’ written questions are a privileged tool for scrutinising and informing MPs and senators of the work carried out by the Executive. In view of the growing number of questions asked, it is clear th...
AAC: CTHS Congress 2022, peripherals
SFHU relays: The 146th Congress of the CTHS will take place on the Campus Condorcet (Aubervilliers) from 4 to 7 May 2022: The theme will be: Peripherals. 7 axes can be selected: • 1 SECURITY OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT• 2 TRAINING OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT• 3 SITUATIONS IN WHICH THE EP WAS LOCATED•...
Council Decision of 28 February 2002 setting up Eurojust with a view to reinforcing the fight against serious crime (extracts)
Acts adopted pursuant to Title VI of the Treaty on European Union (2002/187/JAI) THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty on European Union, and in particular Article 31 and Article 34(2)(c) thereof, Having regard to the initiative of the Federal Republic of Germany and that of...
Law prohibiting the accumulation of executive functions with the mandate of representative in the European Parliament and Organic Law prohibiting the aggregation of local executive functions with the mandate of a Member of Parliament or Senator: “Towards the end of the cumulation of mandates?”
Comment: Decisions No 2014-688 DC and No 2014-689 DC of 13 February 2014 Law prohibiting the cumulation of local executive functions with the mandate of representative in the European Parliament and Organic Law prohibiting the aggregation of local executive functions with the mandate of a Member of...
What can the European Parliament do?
national hearing The constant upgrading of the powers of the European Parliament is one of the most significant features of the evolution of the institutional system of the Union from the outset. It is now a powerful assembly, and above all open, capable of influencing normative production and effec...
European alternatives and democratic legitimacy
Will the European Parliament elections in June 2014 give rise to new coalitions to hope for a change of direction in the conduct of the European Union? How and with which alliances — between countries, between parties — would it be possible to imagine other policies for Europe? And do we need to cha...
The institutional dysfunction of the EU in the face of the challenge of tax harmonisation
The process of tax harmonisation in the EU has experienced continuous difficulties throughout its history. These difficulties arise from the institutional dysfunction of the European Union due to the excessive weight of intergovernmental decision-making processes. With the unification of the market...
How many electorates for the EU? The political participation of immigrant-origin EU citizens in the 2004 and 2009 European Parliament elections
The territories of politics The territories of politics: Tribute to Sylvie Guillaume
National audience The tribute given to Sylvie Guillaume in this book is commensurate with his creativity. Some twenty renowned historians have joined forces to offer him the blends that lead us from the 19th to the 21st century, from Clermont-Ferrand to Quebec through Germany, the United Kingdom and...
Resilience to globalisation in the European Parliament: interregional dialogue versus free trade
French feminists and the European Parliament in the 1990s
If the French marked the European Parliament as early as 1979, it was because men were happy to do an ingrate job in a Parliament without power, media resonance and far from Paris, where it was necessary to be a career in politics. But the 1984 and 1989 campaigns are hardly conducive to feminist exp...
The asylum procedures directive
report by the Odysseus Academic Network for the European Parliament, Policy Department C, Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs
The field of eurocracy The field of eurocracy: A sociology of EU political staff
“L’Eurocratie”: the word exists in all languages and alphabets of the European Union. But beyond the more or less fantastic representations that this word conveys, be it parliamentarians, Commissioners, officials, permanent representatives, lobbyists and interest representatives, members of the Gove...
The institutional framework of parliamentary diplomacy
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe role of Parliament in international relations is exercised within specific legal frameworks linked to the ratification process of treaties, the engagement of armed forces abroad and the European procedures as a whole. In addition, most of the usual parliamentary procedures...
The articulation of powers in European parliamentary democracies: fusion and mitigation
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIf it remains a myth still celebrated today, the separation of powers does not exist as an unambiguous legal principle that would operate in liberal and democratic constitutionalism. On the other hand, contemporary political regimes are all based on a constitutional principle o...
A system of access and benefit-sharing without indigenous people or local communities or the omissions of French law for biodiversity recovery
Title V of the Biodiversity Recovery Act promulgated on August 08, 2016 aims to transpose the Nagoya Protocol and Regulation No 511/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 into national law. Rather than relying on the concept of indigenous and local community or even taki...
Stability Pact: the impossible reform
The reform of the Stability Pact was discussed by the Eurogroup and the ECOFIN Council of 17-18 January; it is on the agenda of the Councils of 17 February and 8 March; it is expected to be decided at the European Council on 22-23 March 2005. Until then, the draft will not be made public, will not b...
Institutionalising Participatory and Deliberative Procedures: The origins of the first permanent citizens’ assembly
peer reviewed In the context of public disaffection towards representative democracies, political leaders are increasinglyestablishing citizens’ assemblies to foster participatory governance. These deliberative fora composed of randomlyselected citizens have attracted much scholarly attention regard...
The dates of the elections since 1830
This annex to a collective book is a practical tool to trace all the dates on which elections were held in Belgium, for the House of Representatives, the Senate, the European Parliament, regional and community parliaments, provincial councils and municipal councils.
Monetary policy with transitory vs. permanently low growth
The recent economic slowdown in the euro area depends on supply-side and demand-side factors with different consequences on potential output. On the one hand, it may grow at a low pace for a long time; on the other hand, it may soon grow a bit faster. The ECB strategy has to adapt to these different...
After municipalities and Europeans: the new electoral decoration
came very early in the second legislative term of the ruling left, the municipal and European elections of spring 1989 are already forgotten in collective memory. Unlike in 1977 and 1983, no major political mainstream changed the municipal landscape and, for the third election round, one in two vote...
Chronically hidden from the Great War: Letters from Etienne de Nalèche to Pierre Lebaudy (1914-1919)
From the first days of the Great War to the Americans of the Treaty of Versailles, Étienne de Nalèche, the director of the prestigious Journal of the Debates, wrote to his friend and sponsor, the sugar manufacturer Pierre Lebaudy, engaged on the front. Not to give him his news (he never talk about h...