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  • The European Parliament

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    A. As it is known the European Union is a unique system that we never seen before, the European union based on many principle such as, free movement of goods, establishment, services, and workers and we can consider it a new legal order for three main reasons: - First of all the authority of the European Union law is independent form the states law, and individuals can appeal it. - Second, It’s a supranational origination setting above the states. The European Union has its own legal system, which

  • Essay On European Parliament

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    The European Parliament The European parliament (also referred as Europarl or the EP) is directly elected parliamentary institution of the European Union (EU) . It’s responsible for making legislative actions across the entire EU and it’s described as the most powerful legislatives in the world . Purpose: The purpose of the European Parliament is to provide, its citizen followings : 1. Better agricultural policies, rural development and better food quality 2. Fair competitive environment for both

  • The European Parliament and The Notion of a Common European Historical Memory

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    European Union remembrance policy This essay will analyse the policies that the European Parliament has introduced to create and endorse the notion of a common European historical memory. The main institutions that have dealt with the issue are the European Council, European Parliament’s Committee on Culture and Education and the Directorate-General for Internal Policies. First I shall discuss the reasons behind the necessity for a “historical memory” in the European context. I will then give

  • The Jurisdiction of the European Parliament

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    The Jurisdiction of the European Parliament The European Parliament is the only elected body in all of the European Union institutions. The E.Parliament currently has 732 Members elected in the twenty-five member states of the European Union for a five-year term, of which 78 MEPs are from the UK. Most of the time, Parliament and the MEPs are based in Brussels where its specialist committees meet to scrutinize plans for new EU laws. The European Parliament is largely advice giving, and the

  • An Analysis of the Powers of the European Parliament

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    An Analysis of the Powers of the European Parliament History of the European Parliament: On the 18th April 1951 the Ministers representing France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg signed in Paris a treaty which established the European Coal and Steel Community, the ECSC was born. The most important feature of the ECSC was its supranational character, it was a supranational organization. It was aptly described as a 'quasi federation in an important economic sector.[1] The

  • What practical steps could the European Parliament take to build awareness and support of the institution among the European Public?

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    The Preamble of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union explicitly states that the Union is founded upon “…principles of democracy” and “places the individual at the heart of its activities.” Putting these two founding ideas from the Preamble into a comprehensive guide for democracy in the European Union, one can deduce the importance of an individual’s participation within the supranational entity. Given that voter participation is an indispensable element of a legitimate democratic

  • Should The Internet Be Trusted?

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    Should The Internet Be Trusted? The Internet has become more and more of a favorite place for students to go when searching for sources to use in research papers. This is mostly because of the wide and relatively simple access that the Internet provides to all kinds of information. Why get up and travel all the way to the library when it is so much easier to open a browser window and head to Google? While the Internet can be a wonderful source, and is definitely a fairly new, unique, and versatile

  • Free Essay on Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide - Mother Teresa

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    considerations make their advice the very best one can hear in the euthanasia debate. "How can the Little Sisters of the Poor, in the service of the elderly, not be concerned about the passing of the principle of euthanasia by a Commission in the European Parliament? We feel that the confusion caused by the text pertaining to the use of extraordinary means to prolong life, palliative care and euthanasia can easily mislead an uninformed public. Yet behind these extremely complicated phrases, the thought

  • The Newly Proposed Copyright Law in Germany

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    laws are heterogeneous throughout Europe, even amongst the member nations of the European Union. For example, in the UK manufacturers of recording and duplication hard- and software are not charged a fee per sold unit that goes to an association representing the body of copyright owners while in most other European countries this fee exists. In order to create a more homogeneous business environment the European Parliament passed new regulatory boundaries for copyright laws that now have to be transformed

  • The Law Making Process in Australia and Hong Kong

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    reading and third reading. The first step is the introduction of a bill by a member of the General Assembly and Committee referral. It is usually introduced in the House and Senate. Approval must be sought from State Cabinet before turning the bill to Parliament or Legislative Council, therefore the bill must pa...