The multilevel governance (MLG) and the respect of the subsidiarity principle
AbstractThis article aims to show us the relation between the multilevel governance and the subsidiarity principle. The new provisions of the Lisbon Treaty will strengthen the democratic accountability of the EU and its institutions by creating new tools of communication and political dialogue. The early warning mechanism can also be used as a tool for a better consultation in order to identify specific concerns and expectations of the citizens or local and regional authorities
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Date of creation: 2010
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multilevel governance; Lisbon Treaty; subsidiarity principle; CoR;
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