the American democracy were the basis for a major piece of the law went to Brussels, belgium for up to 25 years. The day of the be decided on less than half of it is a little bit of a different way of measuring – the national laws of the EU ets. The national institute for media studies shows in a recent book, black on white, that this has not been kept up. In some ways, it has the coverage and declined over the 25 years. This is worrying, as a large part of the Swedish legislative process is not to be examined thoroughly.
Various attempts to measure how much of the English law, which is based on the decisions taken at the EU level, and will therefore not be affected by the decision lands in slightly different ways, but it is often at the level of 40% to 50%. When the Swedish association of local authorities and regions (social mobility) measures how large a proportion of the decisions today are taken in the Swedish municipalities, which are affected by EU law, it is indicated to be around half of that. The current News is counted by 2019, the proportion of the Swedish law, which is a direct consequence of the already-made decision by the EU and came to the conclusion that it is in the past five years, the average has been 37 percent. The government has estimated that EUROPEAN union law accounts for more than half of the rules and regulations of the Swedish companies have to follow.
. Today, the Institute for media studies, an edited volume, which shows that it is a Swedish journalistic coverage, and the review of the EU has not kept up with this, the gradual transfer of power.
a New and major policy initiatives that will appear on the agenda of the EUROPEAN union is rarely seen in the media, in it's early stages, when the media gives readers the best opportunity to influence the decisions to be made.
The most striking figure is that of the first correspondents on the spot in Brussels-has been dramatically reduced, over a period of time. Nearly two out of every three adults, have gone missing over the age of 25 who have been in the EUROPEAN union. In the election of 1994, there were 26 journalists accredited to the EUROPEAN commission in Brussels, belgium. In the year 2019, it was 10. There are also fewer journalists covering the EU in Brussels, other than the journalists, from some of our nordic neighbours, the proportion of the total population. By way of comparison, we also note that the 34 and they are registered with the embassy of sweden in Washington, dc – more than three times higher than that of the city of Brussels.
the major New policy proposals that will be put on the agenda in the EU, is rarely seen in the media, in it's early stages, when the media gives readers the best opportunity to influence the decisions to be made.
The largest daily newspapers reported over the measurement period (September 2016-June 2019), only about one-quarter of the new policy initiatives which the government deems to be so important that parliament should be kept informed. And then, the level set is so modest that it is just a single of seven major newspapers (Dagens Nyheter, Svenska Dagbladet, Aftonbladet, Expressen, Dagens Industri, Göteborgs-Posten and Sydsvenskan) has been reported.
the Most frequently reported, not surprisingly, the specialist news site Europa. Also, the English Academy is a high of 19% of the subjects reported. Surprisingly, is Today's News on the other end of the scale, the larger the media, with articles on just 6 per cent of the EU initiatives, which, in many cases, in the end, becomes a national law.
have A look at how often the same newspapers reported on the corresponding policy proposed in the Swedish legislative process, that is to say, kommittédirektiv, and the proposition shows that, on average, are 50 per cent more chance to be mentioned. The current industry differs by being the only media, which often reports early in the EU policy making process than that of the English counterpart. Today's News shows a very large difference – this is a two-and-a-half times more likely to be newspaper reports of a Swedish, non-EU-based initiatives. The media is writing more often if the Swedish proposals, which are based on the EU legislation on the internal proposition. It would have been logical, if the media has already described the EUROPEAN union-processes, but, as we have seen, it is not, as is often the case.
If you look through the descriptions of all the episodes of the Swedish television's ”uppdrag granskning” and Sweden's ”Caliber,” since its inception, the outcome is very clear. Just a little more than two per cent of the ”Mission control” applications (16) were reviewed in the EU ets, and the EU. ”Calibre” to have made such examinations of 1.5 per cent of all of the programs (six of them).
In the interviews made with the members of the monitoring program is presented in a number of different reasons, which shows that they consider it to be more complicated and less striking, is to examine the EUROPEAN than in american politics. This is a questionable argument, which is, in many ways, and is very difficult to accept.
on the other hand, it is clear that in the EU, reporting has specific requirements. The EU ets is a kompromissmaskin that is slowly, but surely, moving forward in small steps. The responsibilities are divided in a lot of hands in a different way than in the national political system. The principle of public access to documents is somewhat different than the English one. Many of the journalists feel that this will make it more difficult to get into the hitting journalism that benefits from the conflict, the clarity of the characters.
and Then they have to be monitored and scrutinised by the media if they are to fulfil their essential democratic functions.
To enhance the reporting process of the EUROPEAN union, is obviously a question of resources and knowledge. When we look around us, we can see that in the Danish media even has been a forerunner in many ways of the world. This is a good story to pick up, among other things, increased investment in personnel in Brussels, and, in addition, the regular work placements for journalism students at the EU's heart. Just the other day, announced by the Danish public service broadcaster DR, to enhance its EUROPEAN coverage, with a further two reporters covering the union of the united.
it is not only in profession, but in wider circles as to how well we are following the EU policy-making.
A large part of the Swedish policy has been moved to the EUROPEAN union. If the peace process shall be to examine the power, so must also the decision to be reviewed. We believe that the major media needs to do more.
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