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The markets in crypto assets (MiCA) proposal intends to adapt to the latest technological trends in the FinTech sector. The briefing analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the impact assessment (IA) accompanying the MiCA and DLT proposals. The IA is quite technical and difficult to read for a non-expert. The policy options were compared against the criteria of effectiveness, efficiency and coherence, but not against proportionality, which is required by the better regulation guidelines. The preferred ...

According to the Portuguese Constitution adopted in 1976, Portugal is a semi-presidential Republic and a parliamentary democracy. It is a unitary state which also includes two autonomous regions (the Azores and Madeira archipelagos) with their own political and administrative statutes and self-governing institutions (Article 6 of the Constitution). The Constitution of the Third Republic created a single representative body: the Assembly of the Republic (Assembleia da República). The Assembly exercises ...

The principle of subsidiarity requires decisions to be taken at the lowest practical level of government without, however, jeopardising mutually beneficial cooperation at the supranational level. Recent decades have seen efforts to strengthen the subsidiarity principle in EU law, including the introduction of the well-known early warning mechanism (EWM) for national parliaments. At the same time, the principle of subsidiarity remains a contested notion. This has important implications for the regulatory ...

The principle of subsidiarity

Skedi Informattivi dwar l-UE 01-10-2017

In areas in which the European Union does not have exclusive competence, the principle of subsidiarity, laid down in the Treaty on European Union, defines the circumstances in which it is preferable for action to be taken by the Union, rather than the Member States.

Parlament Ewropew: ir-relazzjonijiet mal-parlamenti nazzjonali

Skedi Informattivi dwar l-UE 01-10-2017

Il-progress tal-integrazzjoni Ewropea biddel ir-rwol tal-parlamenti nazzjonali. Diversi strumenti ta' kooperazzjoni bejn il-Parlament Ewropew (PE) u l-parlamenti nazzjonali ġew introdotti bil-għan li jiggarantixxu skrutinju demokratiku effikaċi tal-leġiżlazzjoni Ewropea fil-livelli kollha. Din it-tendenza ssaħħet permezz tad-dispożizzjonijiet introdotti bit-Trattat ta' Lisbona.

Il-Kumitat tar-Reġjuni

Skedi Informattivi dwar l-UE 01-10-2017

Il-Kumitat tar-Reġjuni jinkludi 350 membru li jirrappreżentaw lill-awtoritajiet reġjonali u lokali tat-28 Stati Membru tal-Unjoni Ewropea. Huwa joħroġ opinjonijiet li jintalbu fil-każijiet tal-konsultazzjoni obbligatorja (rikjesta mit-Trattati) u fil-każijiet ta' konsultazzjoni volontarja, u, fejn ikun xieraq, joħroġ opinjonijiet fuq inizjattiva tiegħu stess. Il-membri tiegħu mhuma marbuta bl-ebda mandat obbligatorju. Huma jeżerċitaw dmirijiethom b'indipendenza sħiħa, fl-interess ġenerali tal-Unjoni ...

The IA contains a wealth of information, data and research, both internal and external, but some parts of the complex analysis lack clarity and coherence. The extensive quantitative estimations are not always comparable in structure and thus difficult to relate to each other. The potential contribution of the options to the reduction of CO2 emissions and to the REFIT exercise remains vague, as well as their impact on SMEs. The IA concludes that higher revenues, better road quality and considerable ...

The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Treaty

Skedi Informattivi dwar l-UE 01-06-2017

Following the entry into force of the Treaty of Rome, Member States’ agricultural policies were replaced by intervention mechanisms at Community level. The foundations of the common agricultural policy (CAP) have remained unchanged since the Treaty of Rome, with the exception of rules relating to the decision-making procedure. The Lisbon Treaty recognised codecision as the ‘ordinary legislative procedure’ for the CAP, in place of the consultation procedure.

The European services e-card

Briefing 05-05-2017

The overall impression is that the IA provides a thorough analysis of the current problems encountered. The IA indicates the likely costs and benefits of the proposed options, which are grouped into four packages. The Commission makes clear that, where possible, quantitative estimations were provided of the impacts of reducing administrative burden and/or regulatory obstacles, but underscores that there are nevertheless many other factors which influence the levels of cross-border trade and investment ...

The Treaty of Lisbon has entrusted national parliaments with the responsibility to monitor the respect of the principle of subsidiarity in new EU legislative proposals adopted in areas of non-exclusive EU competence (so-called Early Warning System). The Commission has been the primary interlocutor of parliaments in this framework, although Parliament also receives and follows-up on national parliaments’ reasoned opinions. Despite positive developments visible both at EU and national level, important ...