The EU’s ‘yellow card’ comes of age: subsidiarity unbound?

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Publication Date November 2013
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The 2009 Lisbon treaty gave national parliaments the right to police subsidiarity through the creation of a so-called 'yellow card' system. This allows a third or more of them, acting together, to vet and temporarily block draft laws proposed by the European Commission.

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