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Introduction pean Court of Auditors', Legal Issues of European Integration, 2 (1976) 14-52. See M. van den Abeele, 'The Mandate of 30 May 1980, Budget financing and the revitalisation of the EC: An Unfinished Journey', Common Market Law Review, 19 (1982) 501-19. See Bull. EC 5-1982 and D. , no. 265,3/1983, 124-67. See C-D. Ehlermann, Europarecht, op. cit. See, for example, the EP's guidelines for the 1983 budget and related reports: EPWD, 1-97/82; EPWD, 1-778/82; EPWD, 1-779/82; EPWD, 1777/82; EPWD, 1-777/82/B; andEPWD, 1-777/82/Annex.
H. Weiler, Journal of European Integration, op. cit. See EPWD, 1-207/81 (Van Miert Report); EPWD, 1-216/81 (Hiinsch Report); EPWD, 1-206/81 (Diligent Report); EPWD, 1-335/81 (Elles Report); and EPWD, 1-226/81 (Baduel Glorioso Report). See Bull. EC I and 2-1980. See J. Lodge and V. Herman, Direct Elections to the European Parliament: A Community Perspective, op. cit. See Seitlinger Report, op. cit. Also see, J. " The Parliamentarian, 64 (1983) 204-12. Eurobarometer, no. 20, Dec. 1983, p. 72. 'Le pariement europeen et l'election de 1984', Faits et Opinions, Paris, August 1983, p.
1-988/81/B-C). 27. EP General Secretariat, On the Right Road (Luxembourg: European Parliament, 1984) p. I. 28. The number of petitions rose from 16 in 1975 to 31 in 1978, and from 57 in 1979 to 81 in both 1981 and 1983. These figures include only those submissions complying with the provisions of the Rules of Procedure regarding the form and content of petitions. 29. EP General Secretariat, On the Right Road, op. , pp. 9-11. 30. See OJC327, 14 Dec. 1981; OJC42, 13 Jan. 1983; OJC322, 26 Oct. 1983; and European Parliament Working Documents (EPWD), 1-80/84.