This chapter discusses how the new system for delegation of powers has been put into practice by examining in some detail a number of classic key ‘sites’ for inter-institutional conflict. This includes new fora for inter-institutional relations such as the expert groups set up to consult on draft delegated acts and the appeal committees, providing the point of referral for comitology acts. It also explores the way in which the legislative process is being impacted by the choice between delegated and implementing acts, and the degree to which the ep and council make use of opportunities to exercise their power to object to delegated acts or indeed to revoke the delegation of powers altogether. In conclusion, the chapter examines the impact that the new system has had on the long-standing tensions among the institutions and reflects on improvements as well as difficulties that can be expected in the future.
|Title of host publication||Rule-making by the European Commission|
|Subtitle of host publication||the New System for Delegation of Powers|
|Editors||C.F. Bergstroem, D. Ritleng|
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|