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Titel    The perils of a European Constitution
Herausgeber    Euractiv.com
Datum    19. September 2002
Anmerkung    updated: Jan 29, 2010; see also [1]
URL    http://www.euractiv.com/section/future-eu/opinion/the-perils-of-a-european-constitution/

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 014 35 - Diskussion
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There has always been an ambiguity surrounding the notion of Constitution. A Constitution may be the founding text of a State. Most of the Member States of [the European Union have such a Constitution.] There has always been an ambiguity surrounding the notion of Constitution. A Constitution may be the founding text of a State. [...] Most of the Member States of the European Union have such a Constitution.
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[2.] Ama/Fragment 015 01 - Diskussion
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It can, however, also be the founding text of an international organization. The Universal Postal Union, one of the oldest international organizations created in 1865, also has a Constitution.53 The International Labour Organization is another example.54 In itself, giving a Constitution to the European Union consequently implies nothing about the nature of the European Union.

53 See the Constitution and General Regulation of the Universal Postal Union, Bern 2005 International Bureau of the Postal Union, available also on: http://www.upu.int/acts/en/1_constitution_en.pdf, last visited on 24 December 2008.

54 See The Constitution of the International Labour Organization, it has 40 Articles and one Annex, original text was established 1919, has been modified by amendment of 1922 which entered into force on 4 June 1934 for first, for the last the Constitution was amended on 1972 which amendment entered into force on 1 November 1974 (the Constitution was amended six times). Available also on: http://www.ilo.org/ilolex/english/constq.htm, last visited on 24 December 2008.

It can, however, also be the founding text of an international organisation. Revealingly, the Universal Postal Union, one of the oldest international organisations, created in 1865, also has a Constitution. The international Labour Organisation is another example.

In itself, giving a Constitution to the European Union consequently implies nothing about the nature of the European Union.

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[3.] Ama/Fragment 016 15 - Diskussion
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Did the European Union need such radical reform? The answer is YES. The European Union system had grown tremendously and this had progressively created a fundamental contradiction at its core. Basically, it provided a diplomatic system where the most fundamental political decisions for the continent were to be taken. What was needed was to transform this diplomatic system into a political system. This required reform in depth; keeping on tinkering at the edges would achieve nothing, except further scepticism in public opinion.63

63 Dehouse, Franklin, The Pillars of a European Constitution, Researcher IRRI-KIIB, available on: http://www.irri-kiib.be/papers/ConstitutionofEuropemotivation.pdf, last visited on 24 December 2008.

3.11. Do we finally need such a radical reform of the institutions?

Yes. The European system has grown tremendously and this has progressively created a fundamental contradiction in its core. This remains basically a diplomatic system where the most fundamental political decisions for the continent are taken. We absolutely need now to transform this diplomatic system into a political system. This requires a reform in depth. Keeping on tinkering at the edges will do nothing, except feed further the scepticism of public opinion.

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Note that the mentioned source contains the text as well (see [2]), but nothing has been marked as a citation.

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