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THE NEW EU VOTING SYSTEM - THE OLD WEST-EAST NORTH-SOUTH DIVISION

By Attila Marjan

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Economic governance reforms and Eurozone consolidation has significant institutional and political consequences: a multiple-tier integration is ever more realistic. „Out” countries seek to mitigate the negative impact of these developments. In this respect V4 - Visegrad countries differ a lot: Slovakia, a relative latecomer in economic reforms is part of the currency union. Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic are not Euro-members. But even this sub-group is divided: Poland intends to join whenever requirements are fulfilled while the Hungarian and the Czech governments are cool on accession. At the same time, further economic federalisation in the Eurozone is to come. Against this background, the question whether a long-term "great divide” among V4 group countries in relation to their EU policies and consequently their future situation in the rapidly altering EU will be maintained, is of key importance

Publisher: NULRS
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.7251/AKT1429EN008M
OAI identifier: oai:ojs.www.doisrpska.nub.rs:article/3965
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