Impetus for EU constitution after veto failure

Impetus for EU constitution after veto failure


The EU last Friday appeared to be gearing up for a fresh drive to reach agreement on a EU constitution after a majority of member states rejected a Finnish proposal to end veto rights on justice and interior policy. The rejection of the Finnish presidency’s proposal by a majority of EU members represented by their justice and interior ministers at a meeting in Finland leaves the constitution as the only vehicle for changing decision-making at the ministerial level. “This just shows how important...


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