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[From the Introduction]. The purpose of this article is thus to examine whether executive law-making in the EC is fundamentally different from that in France, Germany, the UK (which shall be used as examples of Member States) and the U.S. with regard to the following questions: Is there a principle of separation of powers in EC law? Why is a delegation of powers from the Council to the Commission possible? Are there any limits for such a delegation of powers? What justification is there for the comitology committee structure? Should the European Parliament have more rights in controlling the Commission in its law-making?
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