Maastricht Treaty


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Maastricht Treaty

[ˈmɑːstrɪktˈtriːtɪ] N the Maastricht Treatyel Tratado de Maastricht
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Secondly, it is irrelevant what our Government signed up to in the Maastricht treaty, it is still the EU who insists on free movement regardless of any country's changed circumstances.
Farage began his career as a member of the right-wing Conservative Party but left in 1992 due to former Prime Minister John Major's decision to sign the (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/about-parliament/en/in-the-past/the-parliament-and-the-treaties/maastricht-treaty) Maastricht treaty , which furthered European integration and established the Euro as a currency.
TO debate Brexit without mentioning the Maastricht Treaty is to tell half the story.
It looks to me as though AW has not even bothered to read any part of the Lisbon treaty or the Maastricht treaty which are easily found online.
1993: The Maastricht Treaty took effect - the precursor to the European Union.
As the authors demonstrate, Germany, a federal state with strong regional governments, saw the Maastricht Treaty, the framework for the Euro, as a set of rules.
Common policy on foreign and security affairs grew out of the Maastricht Treaty in the wake of the war in Yugoslavia.
But he was thrown out of the Conservative Party by John Major as one of the rebels opposing the Maastricht Treaty.
Addressing the parliament, Philippe underlined importance of investment in what he called "sectors of the future." He meanwhile said the public debt exceeded 2.1 trillion euros, which "is unbearable." 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. (end) mjz.bs
1993: The Maastricht Treaty took effect - the |precursor to the European Union.
According to the European Commission, Macedonia's budget deficit was 3.8 percent of GDP in 2012 and has been projected to stand at 3.5 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.