Participation in EU decision-making: Portugal in Comparative Perspective

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This project has, as its main goal, that of comparing the extent to which Portuguese political and social actors participate in the multiple and multi-national decision process of the EU with the involvement of other smaller EU member states during the period of the Barroso presidency of the European Commission and when the Lisbon Treaty was coming into effect. Read more...

 

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Portugal Participation in the EU Decision-Making, Conference , Braga, 16 May 2014

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Meeting with the scientific committee for the presentation of the draft version of the 4th Report, Fundação Manuel dos Santos , Lisbon, 16th September 2013 

 

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Presentation and discussion of the first and second reports to MEPs, the EU ambassadors and journalists, Lisbon, Museu do Oriente, 22nd February 2013

 

 

 

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Meeting with the scientific committee for the presentation of the draft 3rd Report, Fundação Manuel dos Santos, Lisbon, 16 November 2012

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Date:
20/11/2015
Electoral rules and electoral participation in the European elections: the ballot format and structure

Electoral rules and electoral participation in the European elections: the ballot format and structure

Description
Read the OPPR Study commissioned by the European Parliament's Committee on Constitutional Affairs examining whether harmonisation and "Europeanisation" of the ballots used in the 28 Member States for the election of the European Parliament is feasible.
Date:
16/11/2015
Why not solve the democratic deficit within the EU through genuine transnational political conflict?

Why not solve the democratic deficit within the EU through genuine transnational political conflict?

Description
Read the EUDO Working Paper by Jan Karremans on how a better representation on the European integration dimension should substantially contribute to the formation of a transnational electorate
Date:
05/11/2014