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Bridging Clauses in European Constitutional Law : Legal Framework and Parliamentary Participation.

By: Böttner, Robert.
Contributor(s): Grinc, Jan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Law Ser: Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (104 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319733418.Subject(s): Constitutional law-European Union countriesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Bridging Clauses in European Constitutional Law : Legal Framework and Parliamentary ParticipationDDC classification: 342.24 LOC classification: KJ-KKZ4999K7000-7720Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Parliamentary Participation in EU Affairs According to EU Primary Law -- 1.2 Parliamentary Participation in Treaty Revision Largo Sensu -- 1.2.1 General Remarks -- 1.2.2 Ordinary Revision Procedure -- 1.2.3 Simplified Revision Procedure -- 1.2.4 General Bridging Clauses as Another Simplified Revision Procedure -- 1.2.5 Decisions Requiring the Approval by the Member States in Accordance with Their Respective Constitutional Requirements -- 1.2.6 Special Bridging Clauses -- 1.2.7 Other Treaty-Amending Provisions -- 1.3 The Evolution of the General Bridging Clauses -- References -- 2 The General Bridging Clauses of Article 48(7) TEU -- 2.1 Scope of Application -- 2.2 Exceptions -- 2.2.1 Written Exceptions (Article 353 TFEU) -- 2.2.2 Unwritten Exceptions -- 2.3 "Area" or "Case" -- 2.4 Relationship Between the Two General Bridging Clauses -- 2.5 Legal Effects, Revocability and Judicial Review -- 2.5.1 Legal Effects -- 2.5.2 Revocability -- 2.5.3 Judicial Review -- References -- 3 Special Bridging Clauses -- 3.1 Sector-Specific Bridging Clauses -- 3.1.1 Social Policy -- 3.1.2 Environmental Policy -- 3.1.3 Family Law with Cross-Border Implications -- 3.1.4 Multiannual Financial Framework -- 3.1.5 Relationship to the General Bridging Clauses -- 3.2 Enhanced Cooperation -- 3.3 Article 31(3) TEU as Lex Specialis? -- 3.4 "Semi-Passerelle" Clauses -- References -- 4 Procedure for Activating the General Bridging Clauses -- 4.1 Participation of the National Parliaments in General -- 4.2 Initiative of the European Council -- 4.3 Veto Right of National Parliaments -- 4.3.1 Making Known the Opposition of the National Parliament to the European Council Initiative -- 4.3.2 National Procedures in Bicameral Parliamentary Systems -- 4.3.2.1 Predominance of a Parliamentary Chamber.
4.3.2.2 Exercise of the Veto by the Parliament as a Whole -- 4.3.2.3 Exercise of the Veto by Each Chamber Individually -- 4.3.2.4 The Case of Belgium -- 4.4 Participation of the European Parliament -- 4.5 Adopting the Decision in the European Council -- 4.5.1 General Remarks -- 4.5.2 Possible Further Participation of National Parliaments -- 4.5.3 National Procedures of Previous Parliamentary Consent -- 4.5.4 European Council Voting Without National Parliamentary Consent -- 4.6 Relevance of the Interpretation of the Procedure for Activating the General Bridging Clauses for the Special Bridging Clauses -- References -- 5 Conclusions and Prospects -- References.
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Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Parliamentary Participation in EU Affairs According to EU Primary Law -- 1.2 Parliamentary Participation in Treaty Revision Largo Sensu -- 1.2.1 General Remarks -- 1.2.2 Ordinary Revision Procedure -- 1.2.3 Simplified Revision Procedure -- 1.2.4 General Bridging Clauses as Another Simplified Revision Procedure -- 1.2.5 Decisions Requiring the Approval by the Member States in Accordance with Their Respective Constitutional Requirements -- 1.2.6 Special Bridging Clauses -- 1.2.7 Other Treaty-Amending Provisions -- 1.3 The Evolution of the General Bridging Clauses -- References -- 2 The General Bridging Clauses of Article 48(7) TEU -- 2.1 Scope of Application -- 2.2 Exceptions -- 2.2.1 Written Exceptions (Article 353 TFEU) -- 2.2.2 Unwritten Exceptions -- 2.3 "Area" or "Case" -- 2.4 Relationship Between the Two General Bridging Clauses -- 2.5 Legal Effects, Revocability and Judicial Review -- 2.5.1 Legal Effects -- 2.5.2 Revocability -- 2.5.3 Judicial Review -- References -- 3 Special Bridging Clauses -- 3.1 Sector-Specific Bridging Clauses -- 3.1.1 Social Policy -- 3.1.2 Environmental Policy -- 3.1.3 Family Law with Cross-Border Implications -- 3.1.4 Multiannual Financial Framework -- 3.1.5 Relationship to the General Bridging Clauses -- 3.2 Enhanced Cooperation -- 3.3 Article 31(3) TEU as Lex Specialis? -- 3.4 "Semi-Passerelle" Clauses -- References -- 4 Procedure for Activating the General Bridging Clauses -- 4.1 Participation of the National Parliaments in General -- 4.2 Initiative of the European Council -- 4.3 Veto Right of National Parliaments -- 4.3.1 Making Known the Opposition of the National Parliament to the European Council Initiative -- 4.3.2 National Procedures in Bicameral Parliamentary Systems -- 4.3.2.1 Predominance of a Parliamentary Chamber.

4.3.2.2 Exercise of the Veto by the Parliament as a Whole -- 4.3.2.3 Exercise of the Veto by Each Chamber Individually -- 4.3.2.4 The Case of Belgium -- 4.4 Participation of the European Parliament -- 4.5 Adopting the Decision in the European Council -- 4.5.1 General Remarks -- 4.5.2 Possible Further Participation of National Parliaments -- 4.5.3 National Procedures of Previous Parliamentary Consent -- 4.5.4 European Council Voting Without National Parliamentary Consent -- 4.6 Relevance of the Interpretation of the Procedure for Activating the General Bridging Clauses for the Special Bridging Clauses -- References -- 5 Conclusions and Prospects -- References.

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