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On the issue of creation of a system of lobbyists compulsory registration in the EU
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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Abstract.

The object of the research is a range of social relations emerging between the EU institutions and the representatives of various interests. The author studies the modern condition of lobbying regulation in the EU, reveals the problems of European legislators, and offers the ways of their solution. Moreover, for the first time in Russian bibliography, the author attempts to substantiate the necessity of creation of lobbyists compulsory registration by means of the doctrine of implied powers containing in the international law, and the doctrine of the nature of things (Natur der Sache) which is used in Germany. The author uses various methods, such as the historical method, the logical and the formal-juridical methods. The author holds an independent research of the problem of legal base of legislative regulation of lobbyist activity in the EU, outlines several variants of further actions of the EU for the creation of a compulsory lobby register. The author concludes that the problems which the EU bodies face in the course of creation of a model of legal regulation of lobbyist activity are not of a legal character but are determined by the resistance of the opponents of transparency increase in the European decision-making process. 

Keywords: interest representative, lobbyist, lobbying, Council of the EU, European Commission, European Parliament, European Union, implied power, natur der sache, lobby register

DOI:

10.7256/2409-7136.2015.7.15159

Article was received:

29-04-2015


Review date:

30-04-2015


Publish date:

01-07-2015


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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