FUNCTIONING OF PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS (English version)
International organizations have developed as derived subjects of international law without substitute the role and the importance of the states as fundamental actors in adopting policies that go beyond national powers. Therewith, national governments tendency to impose the rules of procedure at universal level has been dimmed by a operation democratization and disposal of transparency deficit. In this way appeared parliamentary assemblies. They have no predefined structure, did not appear in the same period and similarly, have a typical structure. They may also work inside or outside the intergovernmental organization, in close functional connection. Over the work we realized an analysis of main key elements of international parliamentary institution experienced in international organizations.
Volume (Year): 1-2 (2011)
Issue (Month): (June)
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