Europos Sąjungos Konstitucija Lietuvos konstitucinėje tikrovėje.
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The article is dedicated to the analyse is of Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe and it‘s context in the existing constitutional environment in Lithuania. The Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe was adopted by the 25 Heads of State and Government in Brussels on 17 and 18 June 2004. It is based on an initial draft prepared by the European Convention and presented to the Thessaloniki European Council on 20 June 2003. The Constitution is divided into parts, explaining respectively the constitutional architecture of the European Union, the Union’s Charter of Fundamental Rights, the policing and operation of the Union and, lastly, general and final provisions. Article deals with the contribution made by the Constitution, which was drawn up in order to respond to the expectations of European citizens and make the European Union more democratic, transparent and efficient. Institutiona reform is necessary to serve the enlarged Union. For the Constitution for Europe the first session of the Convention was held on 28 February 2002. The Convention met over a period of 15 months in plenary sessions lasting two or three days and involving one or two meetings monthly in the premises of the European Parliament in Brussels. In parallel with the Convention’s plenary sessions, work was also organised within working groups or think tanks, each chaired by a member of the Preasidium and focusing on a series of specific topics.
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