Le Traite De Lisbonne (2007) Modifiant Le Traite Sur L’Union Europeenne Et Le Traite Instituant La Communaute Europeenne: Son Integration Dans Les Orders Juridiques Nationaux
Are well-known Declaration on the Future of Europe (Annex to the Treaty of Nice) and the Declaration of Laeken (Belgium, 2001), which have created the Convention on the Future of Europe, under the patronage of former President of France and European Movement (Brussels), namely Mr. Valery Giscard d'Estaing. And it all culminated with the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe submitted to the European Council on June 20, 2003 (Thessaloniki, Greece). A draft Constitutional Treaty, inspired by "the will of citizens and States of Europe to build a common future", which entitles Member States to achieve common goals. The following step was the Treaty of Lisbon, a Treaty that includes the idea of Europe of "two or more speeds”.
Volume (Year): 43 (2010)
Issue (Month): (December)
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