What is the role of the EC at the legislative procedure?

The Commission’s hot spot at MEUZ will be to propose two legislative acts: The Regulation on the European Coast and Border Guard and the Directive on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutants. Therefore, at the conference, the Commission shall enforce their ‘right of initiative’ to propose new EU laws. The content team of MEUZ works on ensuring relevant information for the proposals so that You, the participant, have the needed knowledge for a heated discussion. The work consists of lots of research, writing dialogues, essays, gathering useful materials, following new related to the drafted proposals. Once the “content-ers” read hundreds of pages, they had to summarize it into a few which was the hardest part.

Two lovely gentlemen shall provide guide and assistance to the Parliament and the Council at the conference as commissioners for Migration and Home affair, and for Climate Action. They are going to present the proposals to each institution separately (e.g. the Parliament may start with the Coastguard and the Council with the reduction of the pollutants, or vice versa). During the event, they will share knowledge about the proposed acts, participate in “trialogue” meetings, give their views on what is the purpose of each act and how to modify it without losing its main goal.

For both the EP and CEU it is important to talk, discuss and coordinate. In order to pass a legislative act, both institutions have to be satisfied with the final proposal. Therefore, they need to amend the initial draft, pass it to the other body for a revision and additional amendments. Under the ordinary legislative procedure, the European Parliament has the right to propose amendments to the proposals for new laws that come from the Commission. Commission proposals, Parliament’s amendments, and the Council’s common position are then considered in a so-called “trialogue” meeting with representatives from the three institutions who seek to negotiate an agreement or a compromise. During MEUZ a representative from the Parliament, Council, and Commission will take part in the meetings and they shall brief their home institutions about the outcome.  In the end, it is time to vote.

What is a legislative procedure without legal aid? A legal team will be ready to answer all question, and assist if needed. Throughout the conference they are going to be Your right hand. In case You have question to answer feel free to contact them and they will provide You with the information, tips and advice You need.

The Commission’s hot spot at MEUZ will be to propose two legislative acts: The Regulation on the European Coast and Boarder Guard and the Directive on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutants. Therefore, at the conference the Commission shall enforce their ‘right of initiative’ to propose new EU laws. The content team of MEUZ works on ensuring relevant information for the proposals so that You, the participant, have the needed knowledge for a heated discussion. The work consists of lots of research, writing dialogues, essays, gathering useful materials, following new related to the drafted proposals. Once the “content-ers” read hundreds of pages, they had to summarize it into a few which was the hardest part.

Two lovely gentleman shall provide guide and assistance to the Parliament and the Council at the conference as commissioners for Migration and Home affair, and for Climate Action. They are going to present the proposals to each institution separately (e.g. the Parliament may start with the Coast guard and the Council with the reduction of the pollutants, or vice versa). During the event they will share knowledge about the proposed acts, participate in “trialogue” meetings, give their views on what is the purpose of each act and how to modified it without losing its main goal.

For both the EP and CEU it is important to talk, discuss and coordinate. In order to pass a legislative act both institutions have to be satisfied with the final proposal. Therefore, they need to amend the initial draft, pass it to the other body for a revision and additional amendments. Under the ordinary legislative procedure, the European Parliament has the right to propose amendments to the proposals for new laws that come from the Commission. Commission proposals, Parliament’s amendments and the Council’s common position are then considered in a so-called “trialogue” meeting with representatives from the three institutions who seek to negotiate an agreement or a compromise. During MEUZ a representative from the Parliament, Council and Commission will take part in the meetings and they shall brief their home institutions about the outcome.  In the end it is time to vote.

What is a legislative procedure without legal aid? A legal team will be ready to answer all question, and assist if needed. Throughout the conference they are going to be Your right hand. In case You have question to answer feel free to contact them and they will provide You with the information, tips and advice You need.

 

By: Nikola Klasić

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