Bloc Party in the EU
The party is apparently still going on in Berlin, where this weekend’s meeting of European Union leaders culminated in their acceptance of the “Berlin Declaration.” The new agreements laid out in the declaration, released on the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, hail the success of the EU thus far and call for reforms.
Wait, before you go…
EU leaders have adopted a declaration calling for some of the reforms proposed in the bloc’s ill-fated constitution to be carried out by 2009.
The “Berlin Declaration” was issued to mark 50 years of the union, which was founded by the 1957 Treaty of Rome.
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