How is it possible for some countries to progress faster than others? Is this authorised by the present treaties?

November 27, 2018 12:18 pm Published by

All the countries have always had the right to conclude bilateral or multilateral treaties with each other, as long as this is not a violation of the treaties which they have already concluded in the past (except of course in withdrawing from the latter). In this case, the TDEM does not violate any of the existing European treaties, because the new sovereignties attributed by the TDEM to the European Assembly (in particular on the fiscal level) are not covered by the present treaties.

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