Il "nuovo" Parlamento europeo e il futuro dell’Unione

Author/s Luigi Moccia
Publishing Year 2014 Issue 2014/1
Language Italian Pages 32 P. 5-36 File size 111 KB
DOI 10.3280/CEU2014-001001
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Looking towards the European Parliament elections of May 2014, and drawing inspiration from the Spinelli draft of the Union Treaty in its thirtieth anniversary, reflection focuses on some nodes of the crisis of the European project: exposed to the discontent and distrust of the people, especially the younger generation; always the target of a euroskepticism trained to hit the weak points of the European construction; and today struggling with fierce anti-European political movements. This reflection can only start from the problem of popular consent required to move Europe towards a more fully realized Union: along the line of junction between citizenship and democratic legitimacy of the Union, so that it can develop a politically significant interaction between European Parliament and the Commission, in the light of the principles laid down in the Treaties, and in view of their constitutional reform.

Luigi Moccia, Il "nuovo" Parlamento europeo e il futuro dell’Unione in "CITTADINANZA EUROPEA (LA)" 1/2014, pp 5-36, DOI: 10.3280/CEU2014-001001