Contributions by Philippe de Schoutheete and Jean-Jacques Kasel: the difficulties associated with institutional reforms (Luxembourg, 24 April 2007)

At the forum The origins of and developments in European governance: the impact of the Treaty of Rome establishing the European Economic Community (March 1957) organised on 23 and 24 April 2007 by the Pierre Werner Institute in Luxembourg, Philippe de Schoutheete, former Permanent Representative of Belgium to the Council of the European Union, and Jean-Jacques Kasel, former Permanent Representative of Luxembourg to the Council of the European Union and current Member of the Court of Justice of the European Communities, look at the quality of the Rome Treaties signed in 1957 and consider the difficulties associated with the amendments to these treaties from 1985 onwards.

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Source: Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe, Château de Sanem, L-4992 Sanem (Luxembourg).
Forum "Racines et développements de la Gouvernance européenne: l'apport du Traité de Rome instituant la Communauté économique européenne (mars 1957)" / PHILIPPE DE SCHOUTHEETE, Jean-Jacques Kasel, prise de vue : François Fabert.- Luxembourg: CVCE [Prod.], 24.04.2007. CVCE, Sanem. - VIDEO (00:10:21, Couleur, Son original).

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