On several occasions over the last few years, the prospect of a reform of the treaties, which seemed to have been put on the back burner after the laborious gestation of the Lisbon Treaty, has regained topicality and has also been called for by several EU governments, including that of Germany, ever since the economic crisis has begun to threaten the very survival of the Euro. The aim of this paper is to lay down guidelines for a future reform that could ensure the stable efficiency and democratic legitimacy both of the Union as a whole and of the core Eurozone countries, as well as that of any additional EU Member-State aggregation, which may be larger or smaller than the Eurozone but does not include all the members of the Union itself.

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