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Nationale Parlamente seit Lissabon

Eine neue Rolle als „Multi-Arena Player“?
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Zusammenfassung

Die Rolle nationaler Parlamente in der EU Politik hat mit dem Vertrag von Lissabon eine entscheidende institutionelle Aufwertung erfahren. Seither wird die bisher auf die Kontrolle und Mitbestimmung in europapolitischen Angelegenheiten innerhalb der Mitgliedstaaten beschränkte parlamentarische Beteiligung unter anderem durch das neue Frühwarnsystem, Beteiligungsrechte in den neuen Verfahren zu Vertragsänderungen oder die formale Anerkennung der Bedeutung interparlamentarischer Kooperation ergänzt. Diese neuen Instrumente und Verfahren eröffnen neue Arenen der individuellen wie kollektiven parlamentarischen Mitwirkung. Entsprechend ist das Konzept der „Multi-Arena Player“ zur Konzeptualisierung der neuen Rolle nationaler Parlamente in der EU entwickelt worden. Wie der Beitrag zeigt, unterscheiden sich die Parlamente allerdings weiterhin relativ stark darin, wie sie sich in den unterschiedlichen Arenen einbringen: nur wenige haben sich zu genuinen „Multi-Arena Playern“ entwickelt. Allerdings stellt sich auch die Frage, ob eine solche Entwicklung normativ wünschenswert ist.

Schlüsselwörter

Nationale Parlamente Frühwarnsystem Multi-Arena Player Politischer Dialog Interparlamentarische Kooperation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FG European Governance and Public FinanceInstitut für Höhere StudienWienÖsterreich

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