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Maison de l'europe lucie

  1. 1. « MAISON DE L’EUROPE » WORKSHOP
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION- Important things about the European Union- History of the European Union- Institutions- Euro zone- Conditions to enter theEuropean Union
  3. 3. SOME STUFF ABOUT THE EUROPEAN UNION 27 countries More than 500 million people Symbols like €uro or European flag Founders : Coudenhove-kalergi in 1929 Budget : 140 billion € Objectives : convergence, competitiveness & cooperation 12 500 billion of GDP The richest zone in the world
  4. 4. STEPS TO THE EUROPEAN UNION• 1957: creation of EEC & as founders countries : Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg and Netherlands --- Rome treaty• 1973: membersip of united kingdom, Ireland and Denmark• 1981: membersip of Greece• 1986: membersip of Spain and Portugal• 1992: Maastricht treaty• 1995: membersip of Austria, Finland and Suede• 2004: membership of a lot of east countries ( Europe of 25)• 2007: Europe of 27--- Lisbonne traity
  5. 5. INSTITUTIONSo European commissiono Council of European Uniono European Parliamento European councilo Court of auditorso European central Banko Court of justice
  6. 6. THE EURO ZONE- Germany - Netherland The Schengen area :- Austria - Portugal free mouvement ofcapital, goods and- Belgium - Slovakia people circulation, createdby- Cyprus - Slovenia the treaty of Rome in 1985- Spain- Estonia- Finland- France- Greece- Ireland- Italy- Luxembourg- Malta
  7. 7. CONDITIONS TO ENTER THE EUROPEAN UNIONSome countries are waiting to enter the European Union (Turkey for example) butthere are conditions like :• To be an independant country• To have stable institutions• To comply with the Europeanmonetary policy
  8. 8. CONCLUSIONEurope development is far from over

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