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Friday, November 12, 2004
The European Parliament has already started to prepare itself for the next round of enlargement when the EU expands to include Bulgaria and Romania.
Bulgaria is to send 18 MP "observers" to the Brussels assembly, while Romania will send 35 as soon as the Accession Treaty is signed.
Romania and Bulgaria are each expected to sign an EU Accession Treaty in 2005 and to join the EU by 2007.
The number of observers corresponds to the number of MEPs foreseen for the two countries by the Nice Treaty when the two countries become full members of the EU.
The European Parliament's Bureau is now set to adopt a proposal requesting the Romanian and Bulgarian Parliaments to designate MPs.
Observers from the candidate countries have the right to speak in the European Parliament plenary sessions and to join the work of European Parliament committees, but they have no right to vote.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 11/12/2004 01:17:00 pm
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