Dashwood's piece focuses on the possible implications of the Treaty of Nice for the EU's law-making process. Much of the article deals with the co-decision procedure and how far Nice goes to achieving the objective of ensuring the availability of this procedure under any legal basis where the power conferred on the Community is legislative in character. The piece makes some general conclusions about the Nice Treaty; deciding that it corrects some previous mistakes and does not make serious new ones.
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