To What Extent Has The European Parliament Succeeded In Imposing Itself As A Key Actor In The European Union’S Decision-Making Process?
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In order to happen so, series of developments and impovements had to take place. In the initial period of the united Europe, as a result of the ECSC Treaty the European Parliament had no role in the adoption of new legislation (Pollack 2003: 216). The EEC and Euratom treaties of 1958 has to some extent changed this situation – the Council had the obligation to consult the proposals of the Commission with the EP before adopting them (Corbett 2005: 196)...
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Even though such role seemed only of consultative nature, the Parliament tried, through agreements with other institutions and interpetation of treaties, to increase the significance of the consultation procedure, which proved to be succesful. Already in March 1960 the Council (as a result of the presure of Parliament) introduced the ‘voluntary consultations’, which means extending the consultation procedure to all impotant problems, even those which initialy did not require the consultation with the EP...
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