The Structure Of The Romanian Parliament From The Perspective Of Its Optimizing And Of The Cooperation Mechanism With The European Parliament
The importance of the study developed in this paper is given, on one hand, by the last Treaty of Lisbon that substantially modifies and innovates the constitutional intra-parliamentary affairs and, especially, the interparliamentary ones between the legislative structures of the member countries of the European Union and on the other hand, by the intensely discussed issue in the Romanian society about the need to reform and optimize the structure of the Romanian Parliament through the imminent new revision of the Constitution of Romanian. This paper aims to highlight the innovations of constitutional and public international law nature instituted by the new inter-parliamentary mechanisms within the European Union and it proposes some solutions in order to optimize the activity of the Romanian Parliament, taking into account the national parliamentary traditions and the need for a specialized cooperation with the European Parliament.
Volume (Year): 12 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1(15) (June)
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