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Introduction

  • Olivier RozenbergEmail author
Chapter
Part of the French Politics, Society and Culture book series (FPSC)

Abstract

The recurrent reluctance towards placing a European flag within the National Assembly’s hemicycle provides a striking illustration of the difficult adaptation of the French Parliament to the European Union. This book supports the view that the new prerogatives and procedures obtained by both assemblies in order to scrutinize EU issues are not sufficient. Yet, France’s membership to the EU has contributed to transforming many aspects of parliamentary activities.

Keywords

French Parliament European Union 

References

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre for European Studies and Comparative PoliticsSciences PoParisFrance

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