Draft Treaty establishing the European Union (14 February 1984)

On 14 February 1984, the European Parliament adopts a draft Treaty on European Union, also known as the ‘Spinelli draft’, with a view to bringing about a reform of the Community institutions. Despite the limited impact of the draft Treaty, its adoption motivates the governments of the Member States of the Communities to propose a treaty, the draft Single European Act, in December 1985.

Source and copyright

Source: Bulletin of the European Communities. February 1984, No 2. Luxembourg: Office for official publications of the European Communities. "Draft Treaty establishing the European Union", p. 8-26.

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