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OPAL Country Reports

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The OPAL country reports inform about the institutional set-up of national parliaments in the European Union and the newly introduced procedures on provisions of the Lisbon Treaty. Experts from all 28 EU member states (including Croatia) have answered a detailed questionnaire provided by OPAL in September 2012. The reports are divided into three sections: 1) constitutional factors and 2) political factors defining the national parliament’s position in the constitutional balance of a member state as well as 3) the new procedures and practice of the parliament for the Early Warning Mechanism and Political Dialogue with the Commission.

 

The information provided in the reports gives some first insights into the “Palgrave Handbook on National Parliaments and the EU” where contributors will elaborate on the complete picture of parliamentary activities in EU affairs in their member state (see here).

 

To cite information from one of the reports please use the following format: Name of the author (2012), OPAL Country Reports: The ‘Name of the country’ Parliament and EU Affairs, weblink.

 

You can download the report by clicking on its title

The Austrian Parliament and EU Affairs
Eric Miklin

The Belgian Parliament and EU Affairs
Tom Delreux and Francois Randour

The British Parliament and EU Affairs
Ariella Huff and Julie Smith

The Bulgarian Parliament and EU Affairs
Dobrin Kanev

The Croatian Parliament and EU Affairs
Hrvoje Butkovic

The Cypriot Parliament and EU Affairs
Kalliope Agapiou-Josephides

The Czech Parliament and EU Affairs
Martin Hrbalek and Alexander Strelkov

The Danish Parliament and EU Affairs
Mette Buskjær Christensen

The Dutch Parliament and EU Affairs
Anna-Lena Högenauer

The Estonian Parliament and EU Affairs
Piret Ehin

The Finnish Parliament and EU Affairs
Tapio Raunio

The French Parliament and EU Affairs
Olivier Rozenberg, Anja Thomas and Angela Tacea

The German Parliament and EU Affairs
Oliver Höing

The Greek Parliament and EU Affairs
Dimitrios A. Sotiropoulos

The Hungarian Parliament and EU Affairs
Gabriella Ilonszki

The Irish Parliament and EU Affairs
Gavin Barrett

The Italian Parliament and EU Affairs
Sabrina Cavatorto

The Latvian Parliament and EU Affairs
Janis Ikstens

The Lithuanian Parliament and EU Affairs
Jūratė Novagrockienė

The Luxembourg Parliament and EU Affairs
Astrid Spreitzer

The Maltese Parliament and EU Affairs
Roderick Pace

The Polish Parliament and EU Affairs
Jan Barcz and Anna Pudlo

The Portuguese Parliament and EU Affairs
Davor Jančić

The Romanian Parliament and EU Affairs
Angela Tacea

The Slovakian Parliament and EU Affairs
Andrea Figulova

The Slovenian Parliament and EU Affairs
Sabina Lange

The Spanish Parliament and EU Affairs
Mario Kölling and Ignacio Molina

The Swedish Parliament and EU Affairs
Hans Hegeland

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