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Future of the EU: The European Parliament sets out its vision

 

Is the EU still fit for purpose in its current form? With no shortage of challenges facing us the European Parliament has looked into how the EU can be improved. On 16 February MEPs adopted three reports setting out how they believe the EU needs to be reformed in order to boost its capacity to act, restore people’s trust and make the economy more resilient.

The report by Guy Verhofstadt (ALDE, Belgium) considers what treaty changes might be needed for additional reforms. The report by Mercedes Bresso (S&D, Italy) and Elmar Brok (EPP, Germany) looks at what improvements are already possible using the existing system. The report by Reimer Böge (EPP, Germany) and Pervenche Berès (S&D, France) sets out how to bring the economies of countries that have adopted the euro closer together and make them more resilient.

Click on the image above to watch videos of the report authors explaining their vision.

Compliments of the European Parliament