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2003: Ten Reflections on the Constitutional Treaty for Europe

As a follow-up to its report of 2000 on "The Reorganization of the European Treaties" (see below), the RSCAS presents its contribution to to the current debate on a Constitutional Treaty for Europe, in the form of ten essays on central themes of the debate written by scholars from the EUI and other European academic institutions.

2000: The Reorganisation of the Treaties

Report from the European University Institute on the reorganisation of the European Treaties. You can download this report from the RSCAS-EUI as well as from the EU (both texts are identical).

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Download from EU: 15 May 2000, Press release.

 

1999: What Constitutional Charter for the European Union

In its resolution of 19 November 1997 on the Treaty of Amsterdam, the European Parliament requested the Commission to submit, in good time, before the European Council of December 1998, a report with proposals for a comprehensive reform of the Treaties. Download the final text presented to the European Parliament Quelle Charte Constitutionnelle pour l'Union Européenne [347 KB].

 

1996: A Unified and Simplified Model of the European Communities Treaties and the Treaty on European Union in Just One Treaty

This is a report presented in the form of a draft treaty prepared for the European Parliament by the Robert Schuman Centre and Academy of European Law at the European University Institute, Florence, 21 September 1996. As its title suggests the draft Treaty aims to simplify the existing European Communities Treaties by merging them into just one Treaty. The draft Treaty proposal is presented at a press conference organised by the European Parliament in Strasbourg, 23 October 1996. Click here to go directly to the Table of Contents.

This is a report presented in the form of a draft treaty prepared for the European Parliament by the Robert Schuman Centre and Academy of European Law at the European University Institute, Florence, 21 September 1996. As its title suggests the draft Treaty aims to simplify the existing European Communities Treaties by merging them into just one Treaty. The draft Treaty proposal is presented at a press conference organised by the European Parliament in Strasbourg, 23 October 1996. Click here to go directly to the Table of Contents.

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