4 edition of Direct elections to the European Parliament, 1984 found in the catalog.
Direct elections to the European Parliament, 1984
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Juliet Lodge.|
|LC Classifications||JN36 .D56 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 287 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||85010791|
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Direct Elections to the European Parliament Editors (view affiliations) Juliet Lodge; Book. 17 Citations; 3 Mentions; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xxi. PDF. Introduction. Juliet Lodge. Pages European Election Procedures. David Millar. Pages Belgium. Paul-H. Claeys, Nicole Loeb-Mayer, Guido van den Berghe.
Genre/Form: Book: Additional 1984 book Format: Online version: Direct elections to the European Parliament, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, Direct Elections to the European Parliament Authors: Lodge, Juliet Free PreviewBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: European election procedures / David Millar --Beligium / Paul Claeys --Denmark / Neil Elder --France / Anne Stevens --Greece / Kevin Featherstone --Ireland / Neil Collins --Italy / Geoffrey Pridham --Luxembourg / John Fizmaurice --The federal republic of germany/ Simon Bulmer and William E.
The direct elections to the European parliament: A profile of the political forces ∗ The author wishes to acknowledge The Nuffield Foundation for supporting her study of the European Parliament and the European by: 2. Direct Elections to the European Parliament A Community Perspective.
Authors (view affiliations) the Background to Direct Elections. Introduction: the Background to Direct Elections communism cultural policy decision-making democracy democratization Demokratie European Integration European Parliament European policy European Politic.
Act concerning the DIRECT election of the European Parliament 37 8. Towards the first European elections 42 Resolution on the adoption of a draft convention introducing elections to the European Parliament by direct universal suffrage 41 Collection of posters from the election campaign, 47 annex I Press reactions in the Member States Size: 1MB.
Direct Elections to the European Parliament by Dr. Peter-Christian Miller-Graft The Act of Septem will allow the representatives to the European Parliament to be directly elected by the people of each Member State instead of being selected by the national legislatures.
The author ex-Author: Peter-Christian Muller-Graff. Lodge, ‘The European Parliament after Direct Elections: Talking- Shop or Putative Legislature?’, Journal of European Integration, 5 () CrossRef Google Scholar M.
Palmer, ‘The development of the European Parliament’s Institutional Role within the European Community, –83’, JEI, 5 () Cited by: 1. 24 Greek Members were appointed to the European Parliament by the Greek Parliament, to be replaced in October by directly elected Members.
The second direct elections were held on 14 and 17 June On 1 Januarywith the third enlargement, the number of seats rose from The European Parliament election was the second European election to be held 1984 book the United Kingdom. It was held on 14 June.
The electoral system was First Past the Post in England, Scotland and Wales and Single Transferable Vote in Northern Ireland. The turnout was again the lowest in Europe. In England, Scotland and Wales, the Liberal Party and Social Democratic Party were in alliance, Turnout: % (%).
The election to the European Parliament was the first since the inaugural election of and the enlargement of the European Community to include Greece. It was also the last before the accession of Spain and Portugal in Results showed centre-left and right wing MEPs profiting at the expense of the far-left and t: 61% pp.
Direct Elections to the European Parliament It seems that you're in USA. We have a Introduction: the Background to Direct Elections.
Pages Book Title Direct Elections to the European Parliament Book Subtitle A Community Perspective Authors. Direct elections to the European Parliament have a transnational as well as a national dimension. Up to the present, the national dimension clearly dominates, however.
In the second direct elections to the European Parliament were held in France. Four parties were able to win seats: an alliance of the centre right Union for French Democracy and the Gaullist Rally for the Republic, the Socialist Party and the French Communist Party, and the Front National.
% of the French population turned out on election day. Delays in some Member States in adopting the relevant electoral laws made it impossible for the elections to take place inas decided by the Council. Finally, under pressure from the European Parliament, the Copenhagen Summit of April set the date of the first European direct elections for June The European elections were parliamentary elections held across all 9 (at the time) European Community member states.
They were the first European elections to be held, allowing citizens to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, and also the first international election in t: 63%. Treaty on European Union, Article 8b. Council decision of 1 February amending the Act concerning the election of the representatives of the European Parliament by direct universal suffrage of 20 September - OJ L 33, Council Directive 93//EC of 6 December NATIONAL ELECTORAL LAWS FOR THE EUROPEAN ELECTIONS.
Details of the results of the European elections in Ireland. The first direct elections to the European Parliament took place in When Ireland first joined the then EEC inIrish MEPs were nominated by the Dáil and Seanad.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Legislation of direct elections to the European Parliament. Farnborough, Eng.: Gower, © (OCoLC) COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Elections to the European Parliament take place every five years by universal adult suffrage, and with more than million people eligible to vote, it is considered the second largest democratic elections in the world. In this edited extract from his book, Parliament (or Assembly) was appointed by the governments of the member states.
It was only in June that the first direct elections to the European Parliament took place. MEPs are elected under national electoral systems, but these have to observe certain common principles established in EU law.
The composition of the directly elected European Parliament does not precisely reflect the ‘real’ balance of political forces in the European Community. As long as the national political systems decide most of what there is to be decided politically, and everything really important, European elections are additional national second-order Cited by: Historiography of the European Parliament Changing perceptions of the institution.
from the s to today. interested in the EP assessed the impact of the Parliament's Draft Treaty on the intensification the most noteworthy development was not the advent of direct elections but Parliament's acquisition of legislative power.
The. The European Parliament is the EU's law-making body. It is directly elected by EU voters every 5 years. The last elections were in May Elections.
The European elections took place between May More about the European elections results. What does the Parliament do. The Parliament has 3 main roles: Legislative. UNSPECIFIED () European Council agrees on joint economic moves and sets date for direct elections.
European Community Information Service, Background Note No. 8/, 26 April [EU Commission - Press Notice] Burke, Richard. () The European Parliament and direct elections. Address by Richard Burke to the Association of Advertisers. History and boundaries. The constituency was created in for the first direct elections to the European Parliament.
From toit comprised County Dublin and the city of it comprises the same area redefined as the counties of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Fingal, South Dublin and the city of Dublin.
From toit elected 4 MEPs; this was reduced to 3 for the Created: The Content of European Parliament Election Campaigns: and about the existence of direct elections (Lodge ).
Inin some countries less European Parliament lacked power, some observers claimed, there was little reason toFile Size: 84KB. SinceEuropean Election Studies (EES) have been conducted after elections to the European Parliament and researchers have benefited from individual-level data with similar or identical questions used in multiple surveys over time and across member states (see e.g., van der Eijk and Franklin,Hobolt et al.,Weber, ).Cited by: The European Green Party (EGP), sometimes referred to as European Greens, is the European political party that operates as a federation of political parties across Europe supporting green EGP cooperates with the European Free Alliance (EFA) to form the Greens–European Free Alliance (Greens/EFA) parliamentary group in the European arters: Rue Wie Brussels, Belgium.
The purpose of this book, which is published as the third direct elections to the European Parliament in June draw near, is to explain the powers and working methods of Parliament, its interaction with the other Community institutions and its role in the process of.
The term was coined in a study of the first direct elections to the European Parliament. See K. Reif and H. Schmitt, “Nine second-order national elections,” European Journal ofPolitical Research 8, no.
3(): –62, cited in Google ScholarAuthor: Janet Laible. 9 th European Parliament election on 26 May From 23 to 26 Maythe citizens of the European Union elect the European Parliament for the ninth time. In the Federal Republic of Germany, the election will take place on Sunday, 26 May (See Federal Law Gazette I p.
This election is not based on uniform European election legislation but on national electoral acts. Written by a leading team of internationally distinguished political communication scholars, this book offers the most comprehensive account on comparative political communication research in the context of European Parliamentary elections to by: The European Parliament and the Authority-Democracy Crises.
JULIET LODGE. The European Parliament and the Authority-Democracy Crises. JULIET LODGE. Juliet Lodge, ed. Direct Elections to the European Parliament (London: Macmillan, ). Google Scholar. The presidency of the Council of Ministers—and with it that of the Cited by: Margaret Thatcher's Conservatives swept all before them in the first ever direct elections to the European Parliament, gaining a massive % of.
More than a tenth of the European Parliament’s members have come together to call for the Hong Kong government to formally withdraw its extradition bill and introduce democratic reforms, and demand an EU-wide ban on supplying weapons to the city’s motion, which will be “urgently” debated on Thursday, was tabled by 85 members on Wednesday, just a day after the parliament Author: Stuart Lau.
Caption: On the 30th anniversary of the first direct elections to the European Parliament in Junethe European Parliament’s Archive and Documentation Centre (CARDOC) produces a paper on the initiatives taken by the European Parliament, and previously by the ECSC Common Assembly, to arrive at the first direct elections to Parliament.
The genesis of this book lies in a number of related concerns. There was, first, the large amount of abstention at European Parliament elections, despite all that had been said about the need to introduce direct elections in order to put the European Community, now the European Union, on a sound democratic footing.
Follow this timeline to learn about the series of steps over multiple decades that led to the creation of the European Union. First direct elections to European Parliament. March Agreement to create the European Monetary System. s. Greece joins.
February Draft Treaty on European Union produced. December Single.The European elections were parliamentary election s held across all then-9 European Community member states.
They were the first European elections to be held, allowing citizens to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, and also the first international election in history. Seats in the Parliament had been allocated to the states according to population, and in some cases were. For further information please consult the Act 62/ on Elections to the European Parliament and Amendments to Certain Acts.
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