- The aim of the information report is to highlight the realities of the delegated legislative procedure introduced by the Lisbon Treaty.
- The delegation procedure must allow the legislator to focus on the essential. This is welcome, as long as the powers delegated to the Commission are properly managed and implemented in a transparent fashion.
- After analysis, there are still doubts as to the simplicity of the procedure, how the European public really perceives what is at stake here, the "correct" usage of this procedure and the effectiveness of the control mechanisms.
- As a consequence, it is proposed to draw up an own-initiative opinion where the EESC can express its position on this issue, based on the observations and conclusions arrived at in this report, with a view to a possible proposal for improving the EU's legislative procedure.
Appendices to the information report
- Legal and conceptual aspects - Procedural aspects - Bibliography
- Table1 and 2: Legislative acts under the new framework and their related delegated acts and 2: Ongoing legislation delegating powers under the new framework
- Table 3 A: Relevant articles of delegating acts sorted by tables - Legislative acts under the new framework and their related delegated acts
Table 3 B: Relevant articles of delegating acts sorted by tables - Ongoing legislation delegating powers under the new framework
Related EESC opinions:
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