This Article discusses the genesis and the progress of integration achieved by the Single European Act. It describes the increased role of the European Parliament in the legislative processes of the Communities, especially through the new cooperation procedure, and the actions to be taken on the Community Level, in particular completion of the single market by 1993, increased protection of the environment, advancement of social conditions, and gradual transformation into an economic and monetary union.
Stefan A. Riesenfeld,
The Single European Act,
13 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 371
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