What is the UEF Federal Committee?
The UEF FEDERAL COMMITTEE (FC) determines the UEF political direction and activities between the Congresses. It meets twice a year. Its competences comprise organising the Congress, approving the annual budget and final account balances, drawing up the rules of procedure of UEF and electing the UEF Bureau and Treasurer.
The UEF FC consists of 144 members, of whom 50% are elected directly by the UEF Congress and 50% are appointed by the constituent organisations. The members are elected to serve until the following UEF Congress.
UEF FEDERAL COMMITTEE MEETING
4 JULY 2020
Registrations to the next Federal Committee meeting of the Union of European Federalists are open.
Due to the current travel restrictions caused by COVID-19, the Federal Committee Meeting will take place ONLINE, on Saturday 4th July 2020.
The draft agenda of the Federal Committee meeting, as well as the guidelines for online participation will be available shortly.
The FC meeting is open to members and observers. Please register before 21st June 2020.
No contribution to attend this Federal Committee meeting is required. Although you might support the organisation of the meeting by making a donation here.
You can donate securely online using PayPal at this link.
Or you can make a donation via bank transfer to this account:
IBAN: BE69 2100 3760 9578
SWIFT CODE: GEBABEBB
Communication: "Donation to UEF"
You can send proxies until 21st June 2020; you will receive guidelines in the coming weeks.
Below, you can find the list of proposed resolutions with amendments that will be submitted to the Federal Committee meeting, with amendments tabled for each text:
- Proposal 1: Europe, think the unthinkable!
- Proposal 2: On the "Hamiltonian" moment: for a European Industrial Sovereignty
- Proposal 3: On a European Foreign and Defence Policy
- Proposal 4: In support for a World Citizens' Initiative (WCI)
Amendments will have to be submitted by Sunday 7 June.
Considering the circumstances, and the limitations that we will face in an online meeting, the Executive Bureau strongly recommends Federal Committee members and Political Commissions to be considerate and submit amendments only if considered absolutely necessary and urgent for this meeting. If too many amendments are presented, we would not be able to handle them and would have to propose to postpone documents to a next meeting. The Executive Bureau presented a proposal of general resolution on the current political situation, to which amendments can of course be submitted.
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