Practical issues of constitutional identity and national sovereignty in the European UnionExcerpt: In this study I aim to examine the problems of constitutional identity and national sovereignty, the possible reactions of Member States in this regard, and finally, the potential ways for our country to break out of this situation relying on constitutional law so as to defend our constitutional identity. As an introduction to the matter, it is worth clarifying the definitions of national sovereignty and European integration, and to examine the limits of the competences of EU institutions as defined in the founding treaties.
Dr. Zoltán Lomnici Jr.
A brutal war is being waged in the European Union between the disciples of normality and abnormality, morality and amorality, restricted sovereignty and full subjection, i.e. between nation states and federalists.
The inadequacy of the current European Union is increasingly evident, as the recent story of the tragic vaccine supply mess has also shown. The need to reform it on a new moral, political, social and economic basis is increasingly pressing.
On 9 January 2020, a number of leading personalities in the European Parliament, including Guy Verhofstadt, Manfred Weber, Iratxe García Pérez, Ska Keller, and Helmut Scholz, in representation of the liberal, Christian democratic, socialist, green, and left-wing groups, submitted a motion for a resolution to the European Parliament recommending a conference on the future of Europe.