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The future of Europe

In Denmark the European Affairs Committee of the Folketing had the main responsibility for organizing the EU-debate in the reflection pause.

At the European Council on 16-17 June 2005, Heads of State or Government called for a period of reflection following the two no-votes on the Constitutional Treaty in France and the Netherlands.

The European Affairs Committee of the Folketing was given the main responsibility for organizing the EU-debate in Denmark.

Under the heading, Citizens' Agenda, the European Affairs Committee cooperated with a number of EU-movements and organisations about the creation of a constructive framework for the Danish debate during the reflection pause.

During the reflection pause in spring 2005 a number of debates and events subsequentlytookplace in Denmark. One of thebiggest eventswasa public hearing on Europe arranged by the Folketing.

Further information:
Link to the Citizens' Agendaweb page.
Link to the public hearing on Europe.
The FAQWhat happened during the Danish reflection pause?


Sidst opdateret: 12-08-2013  - NMP