The parliament control system of the decisional process of adopting the EU papers is fundamentally different to the traditional system of legislative adopting, used in transposing the European norms. The parliamentary examination system contains the mechanisms or procedures established by the national parliaments with the purpose of influencing, controlling and of keeping responsible the governments for their activities in the EU Council, The European Council and in the committees and subcommittees of the European Committee. The delegating of competences in the matter of supervising the European affairs by the national parliaments from the EU member states by the European affairs committee represents a measure resulted from day to day practice. The majority of models give the committee of European Affairs strengthened prerogatives regarding European affairs, leaving it the possibility to express, in most cases, even in the name of the parliament. The final product of the parliamentary control system is a parliamentary opinion/ a mandate and not a law. In this way it is expressed actually an option for a European policy.