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"Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, the most recurrent words in these conclusions are ‘urge’ and ‘commitment’, including Mr Berlusconi’s commitment to tackle the North-South divide in four months. It is clear, then, that exhortations and commitments do not add up to any sort of common economic policy; nor do institutions that do not exist, such as Eurosummit, for example. The proposed regulations based on Article 136, announced by Mr Barroso, show that the institutions that do actually exist can, instead of exhortations, make laws. We say: ‘make them; make these laws now’. We would add, furthermore, that we shall not allow any treaty reforms unless all the possibilities of the existing treaty have been exhausted. We shall not accept a limited mandate that has not been devised in part by Parliament and does not include codecision on economic policy and shared responsibility for Eurobonds, because without democracy, growth and solidarity, a stable European Union remains merely a chimera."@en1
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