Arguments in Favour of a General Codification of the Procedure Applicable to EU Administration

15-03-2011

After examining the current regulation and pointing out its main shortcomings, this briefing argues that a general codification of the procedure of the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies that make up the EU administration is the best way of fulfilling the mandate, imposed by Article 298 TFEU, of adopting the necessary provisions to achieve ‘an open, efficient and independent European administration’ and to duly develop the fundamental right to good administration laid down in Article 41 CFREU.

After examining the current regulation and pointing out its main shortcomings, this briefing argues that a general codification of the procedure of the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies that make up the EU administration is the best way of fulfilling the mandate, imposed by Article 298 TFEU, of adopting the necessary provisions to achieve ‘an open, efficient and independent European administration’ and to duly develop the fundamental right to good administration laid down in Article 41 CFREU.

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Oriol MIR-PUIGPELAT (University of Barcelona, Spain)