Will the European Council end the institutional deadlock in the EU? the narrow trail to an agreement

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Series Details No 130, May 2007
Publication Date 25/05/2007
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The election of a new French president could bring an
end to the institutional deadlock in the EU – provided
that the German EU presidency is able to strike a deal
that can embrace the divergent demands of the
member states. While the prevailing mood in Brussels
policy circles is one of scepticism, finding a
meaningful agreement should not prove impossible if
negotiators can concentrate on substance and aim for
a true middle ground. In the end, all must feel that
their ‘red lines’ have not been trespassed, and yet
there has to be real improvement in the functioning of
the EU institutions and their democratic

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