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On the issue of lobbying in the European Union

Agapov Igor' Olegovich'

Junior Scientific Associate, Ural Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia

620057, Russia, Sverdlovskaya oblast', g. Ekaterinburg, ul. Korepina, 66

aio350@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2306-9899.2015.3.15150

Review date:

28-04-2015


Publish date:

06-09-2015


Abstract.

The subject of this research is the actively growing regime of regulation of relations between representatives of interests (lobbyists) and institutions of the European Union. A special attention is given to the novelties of the agreement between European Parliament and European Commission signed on April 15, 2014 on Transparency Register of organizations and self-employed individuals involved in development and realization of EU policy. The author highlights the problems faced by the European legislator in an attempt to regulate lobbying through the system of voluntary registration, as well as obstacles standing in the way of creating a mandatory registry based on the US model. The main conclusion of this research is detection of the problem in the legal foundation of creating an EU system of mandatory lobbyist registration, which consists in the lack of clear authority of the EU institutions to impose corresponding responsibilities upon private parties and organizations that are not part of the “European administration”. Due to this fact the author proposes several versions of solution to this problem, including use of the “doctrine of implied authority”.

Keywords: Interinstitutional agreement, European Union, European Parliament, European Commission, lobbying, special interest representative, lobbyist, special interest group, transparency register, legal basis
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