Legal acts in the EU Constituition Anastasia Bachurina.
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Legal acts in the EU Constituition Anastasia Bachurina
The constitutional treaty as signed in Rome on 29 October 2004 by representatives of the EU member statessignedRome29 October2004 EU member states
Among the founding principles Instruments are 6 Popular legislative initiative is introduced.
Legislative acts – in most cases the ordinary legislative procedure a European law (corresponds to regulation) is directly applicable in all Member States. a European framework law for the Member States to choose the measures to achieve the results within a time limit
Non-legislative acts - European regulations (delegated European regulations, implementing regulations) For the implementation -of legislative acts -of specific provisions of the Constitution Binding -in their entirety or -as regard the result to be achieved
Non-legislative acts a European decision -addressed to specified recipients -a general decision Recommendations and Opinions, no binding force. Recommendations also by the Council.
Signature, publication and entry into force identical to the EC Treaty In line with the equivalent rules in the existing treaties as regards -the grounds on which the acts are based -the freedom to choose the type of act when not stipulated BUT No pillar structure
Legislative delegation and implementing acts The implementing powers -delegated European regulations -implementing acts as such The Commission, “comitology”, control by Member states
Decision-making A new QMV: 55% of the Member States representing 65% of the population. QMV in the Council to cover around 20 existing and 20 new legal bases. The ordinary legislative procedure is to become a norm. Later further extensions of QMV and the ordinary legislative procedure
The legislative procedures only codecision has been retained - the "ordinary legislative procedure“ it is incorporated in the terms law and framework law which are adopted jointly by the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers, acting on a proposal from the Commission a special legislative procedure in the case of a law or framework law of the Council or Parliament (the former consultation, cooperation and assent procedures)
SUMMARY TABLE ArticlesSubjectComments I-33The legal acts of the Union (new typology)New provisions I-34The legislative acts Significant changes I-35The non-legislative acts I-36Delegated European regulations Significant changes I-37Implementing acts I-40Particular rules concerning CFSP Significant changes I-41Particular rules concerning ESDP I-42Particular rules concerning JHA