Does Europe Need a Constitution?

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Abstract

In what has become known as the 'Maastricht II' debate the call for a European constitution plays a great part. Often it is even expected to provide the solution to Europe's democracy problem. This paper looks at the calls for a constitution and asks how far they are already met by the Treaties and what consequences fully meeting them would have for the Union and the Member States.

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  • Dieter Grimm

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