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... affected as possible’, but, from a legal perspective, requires the allocation and exercise of competences to adhere to the optimization of relative efficiency and democratic legitimacy in the specific ...
... sin: the “democratic deficit”. Despite these innovations, the “democratic deficit” still exists as a deficiency with regard to “input legitimacy”, i.e. as a “discrepancy between the pervasive effects ...
... to lay down guidelines for a future reform that could ensure the stable efficiency and democratic legitimacy both of the Union as a whole and of the core Eurozone countries, as well as that of any additional ...
Dominated since its early beginning by the Member States, the Common Foreign and Security policy (CFSP) has long been criticized for its lack of democratic legitimacy. The entering into force of the Lisbon ...
The increasing complexity of our society requires mechanisms of democratic innovation that enrich the system of representative democracy to increase citizens’ knowledge and experiences, thus improving ...
... this study, from a perspective of the commitment to democratic regeneration and taking into consideration parameters such as control, responsibility, evaluation, dialogue and the transparency of public ...
The Spanish Constitution has strict regulations regarding direct and participatory democratic mechanisms (referendum, popular legislative initiative). The Constitution has adopted the most restrictive ...
... of liberal democratic citizenship (sect. 0). Combining political history and theory, the present paper looks backwards to the debate between Carl Schmitt and Hans Kelsen in 1920s Weimar over the fate of ...
... remain a matter of technicians and lobbyists, or should it strive toward becoming a democratic polity? In the latter case, how should Europe improve the quantity and quality of political communication ...
30. A World Currency for a World New Deal
(Antonio Mosconi/Essay)
... of the current governance instruments, and a democratic reform of the UN. The Dollar was from 1920s to 1960s the currency of a creditor country, and since the 1970s of an increasingly indebted one: it ...
... carelessness” constitutes just one “element” of the democratic deficit of the EU. Starting from a “broad” concept of the democratic gap (i.e. focused not only on the question of the EU Parliament’s powers) ...
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