“Brexit does not change the basic rationale of the EU project: to bring peace and collective prosperity. Let us deliver on the very relevant objectives set out in Article 3 of the Treaty on the European Union. It is even more important now to do everything we can to have quick results. For the European institutions, this means making the system work (such as a real internal market), as well as quicker and more decisive legislation. On a national level, governments need to stop blaming each other, or the EU institutions. Citizens need to accept that our world is changing and that some reforms are necessary which in the end will be good for all of us”


This is the contribution of Sylvie Goulard to an article (What should be Europe’s post-Brexit plan?) which is now open for citizens to comment through the comment section here.

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