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Draft treaty establishing a constitution for Europe submitted to the European Council Meeting in Thessaloniki, 20 June 2003 by

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Constitutional law -- European Union countries

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination161 p. ;
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17087523M
ISBN 109278401714

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This publication contains the text of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europeas signed in Rome on 29 October and published in the Official Journal of the European Unionon 16 December (C series, No ). THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION THE SECRETARIAT Brussels, 18 July CONV /03 COVER NOTE from: Secretariat to: Convention Nos. prev. docs.:CONV /1/03 REV 1, CONV /03, CONV /03 Subject: Draft Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. The book is mostly based on observations and notes made by myself over the month duration of the Convention. The main source is the Draft Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe produced by the Convention. All other sources are listed in the bibliography. This book was first written in Finnish, EU:n perustuslaki – Suomalaisena. THE LEGAL PERSONALITY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION -BETWEEN THE MAASTRICHT TREATY AND THE DRAFT TREATY ESTABLISHING A CONSTITUTION FOR EUROPE 53 2Observe the negative result of referendum in Denmark and contesting constitutionality of the ratification law of the TEU in Germany. 3Currently Art. 48 TEU.

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According to the documents submitted to the European Council in June and endorsed by the Intergovernmental Conference a year later its full name is 'Draft Treaty establishing a Constitution. the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe.1 The final draft will be submitted to the Member States for ratification, and the Constitutional Treaty shall — from the present point of view — enter into force on Novem-ber 1, In accordance with Article 48 of the Treaty on European Union, the European Central Bank (ECB) con-. Treaty-Constitution as well as in a number of crucial policy fields. This is unlikely to foster a dynamic decision-making process in an expanded European Union of 25 Member States. This paper offers an institutional analysis of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (henceforth called “the Treaty-Constitution”). The European Parliament has examined the draft Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe prepared by the European Convention. With respect to tourism the Convention has omitted to address this important future policy area and the Parliament calls on the Convention to rectify this shortcoming in its Chapter I and Chapter III.