‘The Austrian affair has allowed the general public to discover the political nature of a united Europe’ from Europe (8 February 2000)

On 8 February 2000, Ferdinando Riccardi, Editor-in-Chief of Agence Europe in Brussels, draws some political lessons from the ‘Austrian crisis’ and demonstrates that membership of the European Union makes it almost impossible for a State not to respect the fundamental principles and moral obligations of the Treaty.

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Source: Europe. 08.02.2000, n° 7650. Bruxelles: Agence Europe. "Grâce à l'affaire autrichienne, l'opinion publique a découvert la nature politique de l'Europe unie ", auteur:Riccardi, Ferdinando , p. 1-2.

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