THE PREVIOUS EDITION WITH COMPARISONS TO PREVIOUS EU-TREATIES
THE EU TREATIES WITH NOTES AND A 4,000 WORD ALPHABETICAL INDEX
On 1 December 2009 the Lisbon Treaty introduced the constitution of the European Union by amending the existing treaties. On 1 November 2014 the new EU voting rules brought in by the Lisbon Treaty came into force.
The EU Treaties have been further amended since. This Edition consists of the Consolidated EU Treaties as they stand on 7 June 2016. It also includes the 2015 agreement between the British Government and the EU, the Irish Protocol and important new rules for the Economic and Monetary Union.
You can download the up-to-date Treaties in a readable version, with index and marginal notes, from this website. You can also download an older edition, with numerous comparisons between the Lisbon Treaty and its predecessors.
The books are free to use for ordinary citizens. Professionals may have to pay for the use after 1 October 2016, see here.
Welcome to the EUABC
Here you can find short explanations of most EU words and easy links to more info
The EUABC is an Internet dictionary providing concise explanations of terms used in the EU debate, and a lot of useful links.
The content of this site is constantly updated in English, where you have the most complete edition. The other editions are NOT updated.
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12 June 2016