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THE TREATY OF NICE AND THE CONVENTION ON THE FUTURE OF EUROPE - The ‘Amsterdam leftovers’ were meant to be resolved by the Treaty of Nice. However, that Treaty prepared the European Union only partially for the important enlargements to the east and south of 1 May 2004 and 1 January 2007. Hence, following up on the questions raised in the Laeken Declaration of 15 December 2001, the European Convention made an effort to produce a new legal base for the Union in the form of the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe. Following negative referendums in two Member States, this treaty was not ratified. - Dorie
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