A substantial amount of policy and legislation adopted by the European Union (EU) has an impact on or needs to be implemented at the regional level. However, this legislative process is largely reserved to the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the Council of the European Union. What is the role of the parties concerned, the regional political actors? Are they just spectators or co-designers of European politics? What role would they like to have in a newly constituted Europe?
REGIOPARL addresses these questions by analysing the role of regional authorities in the current EU system of multi-level governance and contributes to the ongoing debate on the future of the EU by giving voice to regional actors’ views