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EP Constitutional Affairs Committee – 6 October 2014, by Philippe de Schoutheete

My premise is that any new treaty negotiation would, at present, be a fruitless exercise, probably dangerous and condemned to failure. In the present state of public opinion, nobody can believe that a substantial European treaty could be unanimously ratified, irrespective of its content.  Preoccupations lie elsewhere, in growth and unemployment. And a treaty negotiation […]

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Identités régionales et fédéralisme européen

Domenico Rossetti di Valdalbero sur Adevarul.ro

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The Scottish Referendum: A lesson in democracy for the whole world!

Version française disponible ici. The first and by far the most important message resulting from the Scottish vote is the unequivocal demonstration that fundamental decisions affecting millions of citizens can be achieved democratically without degenerating in violence or creating paralysing dissent. It is hardly surprising if we owe this salutary reminder to the United Kingdom. […]

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Le Referendum Ecossais : Une leçon de démocratie pour le monde entier!

English version available here. Le premier et le plus important message résultant du vote écossais est la démonstration éclatante que des décisions fondamentales affectant la vie de millions de citoyens peuvent être prises de manière démocratique sans dégénérer dans la violence ou créer un clivage paralysant. Ce n’est pas un hasard si c’est à la […]

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Économie et emploi en Europe : retrouver l’espoir – Deux conférences-débats avec Michel AGLIETTA

Économie et emploi en Europe : retrouver l’espoir Deux conférences-débats avec Michel AGLIETTA les 29 et 30 septembre 2014 à Bruxelles Spécialiste des questions de régulation économique, Michel Aglietta a en particulier travaillé sur les nouvelles stratégies boursières sacrifiant l’emploi à la rentabilité et leur impact macroéconomique. Il est l’auteur, avec Thomas Brand, de l’ouvrage intitulé : Un NEW DEAL pour L’ […]

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LEARN FROM SCOTLAND, RELAUNCH FEDERALISM AT EUROPEAN AND NATIONAL LEVEL

PRESS RELEASE 19.09.2014 The victory of the “NO” in the referendum on Scotland’s independence saves the United Kingdom and it avoids the risk of triggering a process of subsequent secessions in other European countries that would be disruptive not only for such countries, but also for Europe’s stability and integration. The result of the referendum […]

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News from the UEF Secretary General

Dear friends, UEF is back in action after the summer break. On the 2nd of September, we have resumed the activities in Brussels with our yearly UEF Summer Reception. This year the key speaker was Danuta  Hübner, Chair of the Constitutional Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, on the subject “Challenges and opportunities towards a federal Europe: […]

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Convocation à l’Assemblée Générale de l’UEF-Belgique

Chers Amis, Chers Membres, Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à l’Assemblée Générale (AG) annuelle de notre association qui se tiendra le samedi 18 octobre 2014 de 10h00 à 12h30. A l’invitation de l’épouse de notre ancien Président Fernand Herman, cette AG se tiendra à Overijse, Witherindreef 125 (E411 en direction de Namur; Sortie […]

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Invitation – Brussels’ Federalists organise a day trip to Ypres and Flanders Fields Museums, 19 October 2014

Dear Stagiaires & Federalist Friends On the occasion of the remembrance
of the centenary of the First World War, the Europa Union Deutschland – Brussels is organising a visit to Ypres. The Ypres region was the backdrop to one of the bloodiest battles in history, almost 100 years ago. We will visit the Flanders Fields Museums and have a guided […]

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Invitation Lunch Debate European Policy of Change with Philip Legrain and Sven Giegold 8 October

Why We Need a European Policy of Change and What It Should Like The new European Parliament has been elected and has taken up its work; the (structure of the) new Commission college has been proposed and is waiting for the Parliament’s approval. Hailed by some as the most significant shake-up of the European Commission’s […]

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