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LOBBYING – AN INSTRUMENT OF PARTICIPATORY DEMOCRACY IN THE TREATY ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. A CASE STUDY OF THE INFRIGEMENT PROCEDURE

Adriana Liuba AHCIARLIU Kyriakidis
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Adriana Liuba AHCIARLIU Kyriakidis: National University of Political Studies and Public Administration Institutional

Law, Society & Organisations, 2019, issue 6 (1/2019), 7-12

Abstract: The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) provides the framework for the European social model through gender equality, consumer protection, non-discrimination, environmental protection, protection of services of general interest. It also provides instruments regarding the constitutionality of the role of social interlocutors. The establishment of ex-post judicial control provides the framework for infringement intervention. The technique of lobbying intervention is the subject of the case study, which is based on a comparative method of legislation and practice at EU and Romanian levels and an empirical analysis of lobbying in Romania from a legislative point of view.

Keywords: Ex post judicial control; Lobbying; Infringement procedure; European social model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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