Reference : Citizens and EU Administration: Direct and Indirect Links
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Citizens and EU Administration: Direct and Indirect Links
Mendes, Joana mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Law Research Unit >]
Curtin, Deirdre []
Directorate General for Internal Policies
Policy Department C: Citizen’s Rights and Constitutional Affairs - Legal Affairs
PE 432.754
[en] transparency ; participation ; EU administration ; EU citizens ; European Ombudsman ; right to petition the European Parliament
[en] This briefing note focuses on the legal and non-legal avenues by which
transparency and participation have been ensured in EU law and
practice. Transparency and participation have produced the main recent
changes in the way the EU administration relates to its citizens. We
provide an overview of the current law and practice and their strengths
and weaknesses post-Lisbon. In addition, reference is made to the
European Ombudsman and the right to petition the European Parliament.

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