The Jacques Delors Institute is examining the functioning of EU institutions and ways of improving their legitimacy and effectiveness. Its main research work concerns the optimal political balance within the European institutional trapezium ...
The Jacques Delors' Institute analyzes the functioning of EU institutions and how to improve their legitimacy and effectiveness. Our main research focuses on the political balance in the optimal institutional triangle (Commission, European Council, the EU Council and European Parliament), the Community method and the impact of the new EU treaties.
Mouvement Européen France, Paris, 9 April 2005. The former President of the European Commission comes back on the challenges already taken up by the EU, and on the importance of lui giving it the means for exercising a real influence.
In this article published in the "Figaro", Pascal Lamy is surprised that the debate around the constitutional project of European treaty is entirely "nationalised" though it should be transnational, and calls for a "serious" debate.
In an interview for Le Monde, the former president of the European Commission warns the adversaries of the Constitutional treaty and denounces the politics "without any vision of Jacques Chirac" on Europe.