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Constitution for Europe : a legal analysis / Jean-Claude Piris.

By: Piris, Jean-Claude.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cambridge studies in European law and policy. Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2006Description: xxiii, 267 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780521682183.Subject(s): Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe (2004) | Constitutions -- European Union countries | Constitutional law -- European Union countriesDDC classification: 341.2422 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
Introduction 1. Is the Constitution for Europe 'dead and buried'? 2. The process that led to the Constitution 3. Changes in structures and procedures 4. Changes in the institutions 5. Changes in substance 6. General assessment Conclusion: What will the final form of the Union be? Annex 1 - Laeken Declaration on the Future of the European Union Annex 2 - Existing legal bases switched to ordinary legislative procedure (codecision) Annex 3 - Existing legal bases switched to qualified majority voting in the Council Annex 4 - New legal bases Annex 5 - Existing legal bases where unanimity, common accord or consensus will continue to apply Annex 6 - Table of equivalences between the provisions of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe and the provisions of the EU and EC Treaties Annex 7 - List of 'passerelles' and provisions on a simplified revision procedure.
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Includes bibliographical references (pp. 251-256) and index.

Introduction
1. Is the Constitution for Europe 'dead and buried'?
2. The process that led to the Constitution
3. Changes in structures and procedures
4. Changes in the institutions
5. Changes in substance
6. General assessment
Conclusion: What will the final form of the Union be?
Annex 1 - Laeken Declaration on the Future of the European Union
Annex 2 - Existing legal bases switched to ordinary legislative procedure (codecision)
Annex 3 - Existing legal bases switched to qualified majority voting in the Council
Annex 4 - New legal bases
Annex 5 - Existing legal bases where unanimity, common accord or consensus will continue to apply
Annex 6 - Table of equivalences between the provisions of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe and the provisions of the EU and EC Treaties
Annex 7 - List of 'passerelles' and provisions on a simplified revision procedure.

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