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Topic: Signatories to the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe


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  Canada - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
They remained in office until 1911, when their policy of establishing a reciprocal trade agreement with the USA was defeated and the Conservatives under Robert Borden were returned.
By this agreement the signatories in effect declared their determination to cooperate fully ‘in the defence of the northern half of the Western hemisphere’.
The governor general was authorized to sign treaties on the advice of the government of Canada alone, and the power to amend the Canadian constitution in matters lying solely within federal jurisdiction was transferred from the British Parliament to the Canadian Parliament.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Canada   (4111 words)

  
 FREEDOM IN JEOPARDY | THE CASE AGAINST THE EU AND SUPRANATIONALISM
Treaty of Rome, 1957 - This treaty's purpose was...
Just constitutions are based on Common Law whereby they affirm by declaration the natural rights and freedoms of man. Constitutions also establish a structure for government and a framework in which government may fulfil its responsibility and purpose (namely to protect the Common-Law rights of the governed).
Article 58 of the Constitution reaffirms previous provisions when it provides for a member state to be reduced to colony status, with no voting rights but all obligations to the EU still in force, when she is considered by others to have violated "human rights" and "the rule of law".
www.freedom-central.net /euandbritain.html   (13953 words)

  
 Mikhail Gorbachev - Nobel Lecture
We are looking for mechanisms to solve that problem within the framework of a constitutional process; we recognize the peoples' legitimate choice, with the understanding that if a people really decides, through a fair referendum, to withdraw from the Soviet Union, a certain agreed transition period will then be needed.
In such a context, in the process of creating a new Europe, in which erstwhile "curtains" and "walls" will be forever relegated to the past and borders between States will lose their "divisive" purpose, self-determination of sovereign nations will be realized in a completely different way.
But, on the contrary, the idea is to develop and build upon the momentum of integration in Europe, embodied politically in the Charter of Paris for the whole of Europe.
nobelprize.virtual.museum /peace/laureates/1990/gorbachev-lecture.html   (5255 words)

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