EU Law's Grand Scheme on National Parliaments: The Third Yellow Card on Posted Workers and the Way Forward

In Davor Jancic (ed.), National Parliaments after the Lisbon Treaty and the Euro Crisis: Resilience or Resignation? (Oxford University Press, 2017)

14 Pages Posted: 15 Feb 2017

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Davor Jancic

Queen Mary University of London

Date Written: February 2017

Abstract

This concluding chapter outlines the key findings of the book and argues that EU’s input legitimacy cannot rest on NPs in a constitutionally significant way if their powers, which are tangibly affected by the crisis, do not acquire a more binding nature. Parliaments’ functions of identity building and contestation need to be made constitutionally relevant not only at the national level but also at the EU level, lest their resilience be overcome by integrative forces of European integration. These forces need to be politically challenged and appraised in a fundamental manner, which subsidiarity policing does not afford.

Keywords: Yellow card, subsidiarity, contestation, early warning system, political dialogue

Suggested Citation

Jancic, Davor, EU Law's Grand Scheme on National Parliaments: The Third Yellow Card on Posted Workers and the Way Forward (February 2017). In Davor Jancic (ed.), National Parliaments after the Lisbon Treaty and the Euro Crisis: Resilience or Resignation? (Oxford University Press, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2915447

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