The role of the EU Commission in the NGEU: the transformation of conditionality

Author/s Maurizia De Bellis
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/2
Language Italian Pages 19 P. 31-49 File size 218 KB
DOI 10.3280/DC2022-002003
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Conditionality is a mechanism well known under EU law and in the instruments of financial assistance put in place after the debt crisis. In the NGEU, however, the conditions for the approval of the national recovery and resilience plans and for the payments are connected with far reaching and ambitious objectives, such as the ecologic and digital transformations, directing the path of national reforms. At the same time, the connections between the NGEU and the European Semester mark a strengthening in the sanctioning powers of the Commission. Through the analysis of the first year of operation of the NGEU, the essay assesses how far the Commission’s role changes.

Keywords: NGEU, PNRR, condizionalità, Commissione europea, dispositivo per la ripresa e la resilienza, semestre europeo; NGEU, NRRP, conditionality, EU Commis-sion, recovery and resilient facility, European semester

Maurizia De Bellis, Il ruolo di indirizzo e controllo della Commissione europea nel dispositivo per la ripresa e la resilienza: la trasformazione della condizionalità in "DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE" 2/2022, pp 31-49, DOI: 10.3280/DC2022-002003