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Council of the European Union. Basic texts on transparency concerning the activities of the Council of the European Union. [Luxembourg?]: [The Council],  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Council of the European Union.
Basic texts on transparency concerning the activities of the Council of the European Union. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, MD: Bernan Associates [U.S. distributor], [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book.
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Council of the European Union or the European Council. Reuse of the covers is prohibited, they belong to the respective copyrightholders. Additional resources may be added to this list by request please contact the - Council Library to suggest a title: [email protected] The European Union is based on the rule of law.
This means that every action taken by the EU is founded on treaties that have been approved voluntarily and democratically by all EU member countries.
For example, if a policy area is not cited in a treaty, the Commission cannot propose a law in that area. Article 16 (8) of the Treaty on European Union and Article 15 (2) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) require the Council to meet in public when considering and voting on a draft legislative act.
Article 15 (3) TFEU requires the EU institutions to ensure in their Rules of Procedure that their proceedings are transparent. Transparency register.
The transparency register is a database that lists organisations that try to influence the law-making and policy implementation process of the EU institutions.
The register makes visible what interests are being pursued, by whom and with what budgets. The Council recalls that the European Union is aiming at strengthening the security of activities in outer space in the context of expanding space activities that contribute to the development and security of states.
The European Union's space policy can contribute towards this objective. In the panoply of European institutions that have been criticized for their secrecy and lack of accountability, the European Council of Ministers certainly ranks near the top of the list.
However, others insist that the secrecy of the policy process within the European Union is exaggerated, and that the public already has access to plentiful information about decision making. conclusions concerning the relationship between democracy and transparency at the European Union level: a) Transparency is regarded as an inextricable element of the unional principle of democracy8, as it is quite clearly recognized in the provisions of Article 11 par.
of the TEU. Only when. clarified by the Court of Justice of the European Union, together with the procedures followed by Parliament in cases of waiver or defence of parliamentary immunities.
Openness, transparency and access to documents and information in the European Union, Henri Labayle, professor at Universitè de Pau et des pays de l’Adour,EuropeanParliament. an important role in the debate on openness in the European Union and the promotion of “transparency”.
However central these two tendencies have been to the (initial) promotion of transparency, the idea of transparency has evolved further and has outgrown the two initial driving forces.
Transparency in the EU: A Developing Debate. The development of access to documents and open meetings provisions by the Council of Ministers of the European Union shows an interesting pattern: before no formal transparency provisions. The European Council: the Black Box of EU institutions Unregistered lobbyists now have a difficult stance in the European Union and the European Parliament and the Commission are.
As the European Parliament grows in importance and influence, especially with the last Treaty on European Union (TEU) and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), it is more crucial than ever to ensure that it represents the interests of European citizens in a fully open and transparent manner.
Reply from the Council of the European Union to the European Ombudsman's recommendation concerning the case //TE on Council’s lack of transparency in the decision-making process leading to the adoption of regulations setting fishing quotas (total allowable catches).
History The Transparency Directive of The process, which resulted in the version of the EU Transparency Directive, passed several years, consultations and first step towards the EU Transparency Directive of took place in July when the Commission of the European Union announced the first consultation regarding the transparency on publicly traded companies.
Leading environmental law organisation, ClientEarth, is suing both the Council of the European Union and the European Commission over their failure to uphold EU transparency rules.
The legal actions come as the European Union threatens to weaken its commitment to openness during a review of its own transparency regulations. The lawsuits indicate that a lack of transparency is. The development of access to documents and open meetings provisions by the Council of Ministers of the European Union shows an interesting pattern: before no formal transparency provisions existed, between and formal transparency provisions dramatically increased, and since this increase has come to a halt.
DIRECTIVE /50/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL. of 22 October amending Directive //EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the harmonisation of transparency requirements in relation to information about issuers whose securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market, Directive /71/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
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All requests for access to documents are treated on the basis of Regulation (EC) No / of 30 May regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents.Openness, transparency and access to documents and information in the European Union.
INTRODUCTION. There is an ever-growing demand for openness and transparency in modern societies. The European Union is also subject to this demand, although it is not necessarily successful in. finding solutions which meet people’s expectations.
2. “Commission and Council should draw the lessons from this ruling and submit a comprehensive action plan for real transparency as soon as possible, in any case ahead of the European elections.