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"As the European security and defence policy develops further, the Commission and European Parliament are increasingly being sidelined. The European Parliament should also gain greater influence on military action through the budget and proper accountability through the Council. If the Union only deals with civil and police matters whilst the governments’ exclusive remit is military aspects, then the unity of European action is in danger of becoming the first casualty in crisis situations. There can be no artificial divide between humanitarian aid and military action. The idea of a joint European and national Assembly has not been sufficiently developed by a long chalk. Will it need to be more than an informal conversation club? Will it be given competencies at the expense of national parliaments? It should in any event not cause this Parliament to be sidelined even further during the development of the European security and defence policy."@en1

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