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    • The peoples of Europe,in creating an evercloser union among them,are resolved to share apeaceful future based oncommon values.
    • In 2004, the 25 states of the EU and other 3 states signed the treatise of Rome to define UE’s structure and organization.The principles of the EuropeanConstitution are: •life’s right •Freedom •Equality •Security •Education right •Free circulation and free stay in the Schengen space
    • The EU constitution is the end-result of aspecial procedure: •3-4 June 1999: the Cologne European Council (3-4 June 1999) entrusted the task of drafting the document to a Convention which held its first meeting in December 1999 and adopted the draft on 2 October 2000, •13-14 October 2000: the Biarritz European Council unanimously approved the draft and forwarded it to the European Parliament and the Commission. •14 November-6 December 2000 :the European Parliament gave its agreement and the Commission. •7 December 2000 in Nice: the Presidents of the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission signed and proclaimed the Constitution on behalf of their institutions.
    • The European Union Constitution ofFundamental Rights sets out in a singletext all the civil, political, economic andsocial rights of European citizens and allpeople living in the EU.These rights are divided into sixsections: •Dignity •Freedom •Equality •Solidarity •Citizens rights •Justice
    • The rights are fundamentalrights and freedomsrecognised by•the European Convention onHuman Rights,•The constitutional traditionsof the EU Member States•the Council of Europe SocialCharter,•the Community Charter ofFundamental Social Rights ofWorkers•other internationalconventions.
    • •Everyone has the right to life.•No one shall be condemned to the death penalty, or executed.
    • •Equality between women and men.•Everyone is equal before the law.
    • •Everyone has the right to liberty and security of person.
    • •Everyone has the right to education and to have access to vocational and continuing training.•This right includes the possibility to receive freecompulsory education.
    • •Human dignity is inviolable. It must be respected and protected.
    • •Freedom of movement andresidence may be granted, inaccordance with the Constitution, tonationals of third countries legallyresident in the territory of aMember State.