Resolution of the European Congress of Labour on the Common Market (May 1956)

From 27 to 29 April 1956, with the help of the Socialist Movement for the United States of Europe (SMUSE), the European Congress of Labour — attended by Paul-Henri Spaak, Sicco Mansholt, Guy Mollet and Jean Monnet — holds a meeting in Paris, at the end of which it adopts a resolution in which it expresses its support for the establishment of a Common Market and emphasises its agricultural, social and institutional implications.

Source and copyright

Source: La Gauche européenne. dir. de publ. Enrico Gironella. Mai 1956, n° 31. Paris: MSEUE. "Résolution sur le Marché commun", p. 12-13.

Copyright: (c) La Gauche européenne

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