Constitutional provisions The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union The finances of the Union Economic and monetary union The policies of the Union Freedom, security and justice within the Union Association of the Overseas Territories The external action of the Union.
The financial crash and lengthy economic recession have tested the institutions of the European Union as never before. Debate about the future of Europe has polarized: Some want no more integration; others campaign for disintegration. Those who believe in deeper unity and a stronger federal Europe have yet to make their case. ""A Fundamental Law"" does that by offering a prospectus for radical reform. It amends the Lisbon Treaty to make the government of the EU more powerful and democratic. It embraces banking and fiscal union while showing the way forward to a legitimate settlement of Europe's constitutional dilemma.
KJE4445 .F86 2013
9783867935371 (paperback) 3867935378 (paperback)