Published online by Cambridge University Press: 04 December 2017
Professor of Political Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
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13 Although the two earlier yellow cards have already been analysed elsewhere in the literature and the one on the posted workers directive is discussed in Jančić, D., ‘EU Law’s Grand Scheme on National Parliaments: The third yellow card on posted workers and the way forward’, in D. Jančić (ed.), National Parliaments after the Lisbon Treaty and the Euro Crisis (Oxford University Press 2017) p. 299 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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15 Fasone and Lupo, supra n. 14, p. 11.
16 For the sake of disclosure, I should note that the main antagonist here is the concept of an ‘EU Multilevel Parliamentary Field’ as it has been coined by John Erik Fossum and myself: Crum, B. and Fossum, J.E., ‘The Multilevel Parliamentary Field: a framework for theorizing representative democracy in the EU’, 1 European Political Science Review (2009) p. 249 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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19 Fasone, supra n. 17, p. 288.
20 D. Fromage, ‘Standing Committees in Interparliamentary Cooperation in the Post-Lisbon Era: Towards the end of the European Affairs Committees’ predominance’, in Lupo and Fasone, supra n. 14, p. 113 at p. 129.
21 C. Fasone and N. Lupo, ‘Conclusion. Interparliamentary Cooperation in the Framework of a Euro-national Parliamentary System’, in Lupo and Fasone, supra n. 14, p. 345 at p. 358ff.
22 Auel, supra n. 4, p. 307.
24 J. Tudela cited in D. Fromage, ‘Regional Parliaments and the Early Warning System: An assessment and some suggestions for reform’, in Jonsson Cornell and Goldoni, supra n. 4, p. 117 at p. 133.
25 Cooper, supra n. 18, p. 243ff.
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