The European Communities" own resources and the budgetary powers of the European Parliament
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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, HMSO] in Luxembourg, [London .
Written in English

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Statementpreface by Walter Behrendt; introduction by Georges Spénale.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages287
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Open LibraryOL22841338M
ISBN 100119333716

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of the European Communities Supplement 9/73 Strengthening of the Budgetary Powers of the Eurapean Parliament to the budgetary powers of the Parliament. There is also another time-limit definitely set, that of the end of before this date, the Own Resources The forseeable and desirable development of. The powers of the European Parliament. SUMMARY. Since its inception in , the European Parliament has come a long way. Initially a consultative body composed of delegations of national parliaments, it became a directly elected institution, obtained budgetary and legislative powers, and now exercises influence over most aspects of EU affairs. BUDGETARY POWERS: Parliament and the Council of the European Union together constitute the EU's budgetary authority, which decides each year on its expenditures and revenues. Assessing the European Parliament’s Power of the Purse: Rights, Capabilities, and Strategies budgetary power appears to be an exception to th is. The own resources system broadly.

The European Communities. On 9 May , in Paris, in a speech inspired by Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman, French Foreign Minister, proposed that Franco-German production of coal and steel as a whole be placed under a common High Authority, within the framework of an organisation open to the participation of the other countries of ‘concrete achievement’, relating to ‘one limited. The Commission submits a memorandum to the Council on replacing the financial contributions of the Member States by Communities' own resources and on increasing the budgetary powers of the European Parliament. The Council resumes the examination of the application for EC membership of the United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland and Norway. GRADUAL INCREASE IN POWERS The replacement of Member State contributions by Community own resources () led to the first extension of Parliament’s budgetary powers under the Treaty of Luxembourg, signed on 22 April A second treaty on the same subject, strengthening Parliament’s powers, was signed in Brussels on 22 July ().   Parliament also adopts "own-initiative" reports which may call on the Commission to bring forward legislation in a specific area, or indicate, ahead of a concrete proposal, how legislation should be drafted. 3. Budgetary powers. The European Parliament is, together with Council, responsible for establishing the annual budget of the Union.

This chapter analyses the EP’s success and failure in empowering itself in the budgetary process. The EP’s prerogatives in the budgetary process have increased significantly since the creation of the. The European Parliament was initially known as the Common Assembly of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). The Assembly first met on September 10th with 78 representatives from the original six Member States (France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg). The Council decides the gradual introduction of a system of own-resources under which the Community will receive all customs duties on products imported from non-member countries, all levies on agricultural imports and resources deriving from value-added tax. They also decide to extend the budgetary powers of the European Parliament. The budgetary procedure of the European Union. Originally, the power of budgetary decision-making within the European Communities was wholly in the hands of the Council, which was the institution responsible for adopting the budget. The Commission had only a preparatory and consultative role, while the European Parliament was able only to.