Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf 92 KB str. Lisabonski ugovor i nove institucije Europske Unije. Citirano Chicago 17th Edition Mangenot, Michel. Vancouver Mangenot M.
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Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf 92 KB str. Lisabonski ugovor i nove institucije Europske Unije. Citirano Chicago 17th Edition Mangenot, Michel. Vancouver Mangenot M. Although the announced goal was simplification and rationalization of its institutional system, the opposite occurred: the system has become even more complex.
The author looks into the process dynamics and implementation results of the Lisbon Treaty effective 1 December , showing that the traditional European compromise leads to outcomes that none of the actors really wanted, and that no one is satisfied with. The European Union is an arena of institutional coercions and games, the rules of which are occasionally readjusted.
This occasional readjustment accounts for the survival of the system, which is a priori unstable, for each unsatisfied partner thinks and hopes that redefinition might provide him with an opportunity to gain a better position. The process is especially visible in negotiations regarding the Lisbon Treaty, above all in the institutional innovation which is the function of the new president of the European Council.
The conclusive interpretation of the Lisbon Treaty will depend on the outcome of the bureaucratic struggle right until , and prior to a new definition of the rules, undoubtedly no later than The new EU system testifies primarily to the fundamental trait of European integration, which strongly favoured from the outset a repeated rethinking of its form its institutions in the light of considerations regarding its goals its policies.
LISABONSKI UGOVOR: PREKRETNICA U RAZVOJU KAZNENOG PRAVA U EUROPI
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf KB str. Citirano European citizens. Accordingly, he points out the fact that many authors who investigate the significance and reach of the Treaty of Lisbon as a constitutional surrogate fail to see the important innovations related to consolidation and development of the concept of European citizenship. In the first part, the author sketches out the evolution of the European citizenship concept from the first founding treaties of the European Coal and Steel Community and the European Community.
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