Some indicators of the democratic performance of the European Union and how they might relate to the RECON models
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- Hans-Jörg Trenz, Nadine Bernhard & Erik Jentges, 2009. "Civil society and EU constitution-making: Towards a European social constituency?," RECON Online Working Papers Series 7, RECON.
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Keywordsaccountability; civil society; deliberative democracy; democracy; European Parliament; European Parliament; institutions; majority voting; national parliaments;
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