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ENG: The Treaty of Lisbon (also known as the Reform Treaty) is an international agreement signed in Lisbon on 13 December 2007 that would change the workings of the European Union (EU). The treaty is not yet ratified by all EU member states. The treaty would amend the Treaty on European Union (TEU, Maastricht) and the Treaty establishing the European Community (TEC, Rome). In the process, TEC is renamed to Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). Prominent changes include more qualified majority voting in the EU Council, increased involvement of the European Parliament in the legislative process through extended codecision with the EU Council, eliminating the pillar system, preventing the provision in the Treaty of Nice reducing the number of commissioners, and the ...
for3against   The only hope for FREEDOM and prosperity in Europe - as an alternative to so called sovereign nations with totalitarian rule and criminal clans at the helm of the state., capek3
for1against   After the firt Irish Referendum Mr KLAUS rushed to declare Lisbon Treaty = EU dead. Now after the decisive Irish yes for Lisbon, WHO IS DEAD?, capek3
for2against   I'm all for a more unified, co-operative and prosperous European Union. But only when the people of Europe actually get to vote on it!, Austim
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The only hope for FREEDOM and prosperity in Europe - as an alternative to so called sovereign nations with totalitarian rule and criminal clans at the helm of the state. Those hidden Hitlers and Stalins are at work even in the EU parliament now and they are coordinated by those dreaming of their own Chile in the Middle of Europe, using Bolshevik disinformation techniques they and their family clans know all too well. And they have succeeded in spreading this infection into other EU member states with totalitarian or terrorist past.Read a bit about their practices stifling dissent and ...

The European Union’s Lisbon treaty compromise

The European Union’s Lisbon treaty was initially greeted with enthusiasm, pride, and even hubris. It promised a more realistic and reasonable way forward than the ill-fated constitutional treaty that it replaced, and many of its supporters also hoped that a central feature of its predecessor – the notion of “constitutional patriotism” – was still alive. But the Lisbon treaty has instead brought chaos to the Union. What went wrong?Constitutional patriotism, a concept developed by two German philosophers, Dolf Sternberger and Karl Jaspers, was intended to replace ...

CZ-Eurosceptics with the president plan another Lisbon Treat

DANIEL McLAUGHLINCZECH EUROSCEPTICS allied to President Vaclav Klaus plan to launch another challenge to the European Union’s Lisbon Treaty in their country’s constitutional court.The upper house of the Czech parliament, the senate, approved the treaty last week, but Mr Klaus refused to sign it into law, saying that it was for the moment “dead because it was rejected in a referendum in one member state”.Mr Klaus and his allies in the centre-right Civic Democrat party (ODS) now appear intent on delaying Czech ratification of the treaty until after Ireland votes on it ...

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The Lisbon Treaty’s change to Council voting rules will have important implications for the democratic legitimacy of the EU
Many of the decisions made in the Council of the European Union are based on qualified majority voting, in which EU legislation can be passed if a certain threshold of support is met among member states. Frank Häge assesses the potential implications of the changes to qualified majority voting rules under the Lisbon Treaty, which came into force in November […]
After Lisbon, still a bumpy road for transparency in the EU institutions
Two weeks after the entry into force of the new Lisbon Treaty the main objective of which is to increase the democratic accountability of all the EU institutitions the European Parliament has invited the Council and the Commission to work together on the reform of the EU legislation in this sensitive matter building on the
A European federal economic government is needed to run the fiscal union in the interests of states and taxpayers.
The UK coalition government’s recent policy towards Europe has had the effect of driving the country away from the EU – and potentially out of it altogether, writes Andrew Duff MEP. He argues that while the UK is pushing itself away, the EU is now preaching, if not practicing, enhanced cooperation. But this is no longer enough to tackle the […]
The rotating Council presidency hinders legislative continuity in the Council of the European Union
The Presidency of the Council of the European Union is held on a rotational basis by EU member states for six month terms. Andreas Warntjen writes that the frequent change of the Presidency sometimes causes disruption in EU legislative decision-making. He notes that during the negotiation of the Lisbon Treaty the principle of increasing the term from six months up […]

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