Maastricht Treaty


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Maastricht Treaty

[ˈmɑːstrɪktˈtriːtɪ] N the Maastricht Treatyel Tratado de Maastricht
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Common policy on foreign and security affairs grew out of the Maastricht Treaty in the wake of the war in Yugoslavia.
1993: The Maastricht Treaty took effect - the precursor to the European Union.
Remember also when the Danes voted against the Maastricht treaty in 1992 for greater integration a second vote was instigated to get the 'right' result - then it was the turn of the Irish to be 'convinced' they had it wrong in rejecting the Lisbon Treaty - now it is the turn of the UK to beercoerced
Remember also when the Danes voted against the Maastricht treaty in 1992 for greater integration - a second vote was instigated to get the 'right' result.
But he was thrown out of the Conservative Party by John Major as one of the rebels opposing the Maastricht Treaty.
Two decades later he was among a band of diehard Tory rebels - the so-called "whipless wonders"- who had the whip withdrawn and were kicked out of the party by John Major over their opposition to the Maastricht Treaty.
Philippe said he wanted to end the "French addition on spending," and pledged to keep the deficit below three percent of GDP in 2017, thus honoring the Maastricht Treaty.
Greenland left the EEC in 1985 before the EU was created in 1993 by the Maastricht Treaty.
He added that Romania is one of the few countries that further assumes the provisions of the Maastricht Treaty and of the Stability Pact and growth in medium-term budgetary vision.
5 percent in 2013, which is seen as being in breach of the Maastricht Treaty of the EU of 1992 when the economic and monetary union was established stipulating that public deficits must not exceed 3 percent of GDP.
His diary (reproduced pretty much as it was written) touches on all the issues that arose during these years: the election of Margaret Thatcher, the betrayal over the Maastricht Treaty, the Expenses Scandals (in which he came out comparatively unscathed), to mention just a few.
Djankov notes that from the 27 EU Member States only 4 have fulfilled the Maastricht Treaty criteria, one of them being Bulgaria, which is not in the Eurozone.