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A Federal Spain in a Federal Europe

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    Guy Verhofstadt

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    Former Belgian Prime Minister. President of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group (ALDE) in the European Parliament.

I have always been a profound admirer of Spanish democracy, but especially since February 23, 1981. On that dramatic day, Colonel Antonio Tejero attempted a coup d’état against the young democratic regime.

Federalism versus Nationalism: the Case of Catalonia

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    Domènec Ruiz Devesa

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    Member of the Executive Bureau of the UEF. Vice President of UEF-Spain

European (and global) federalism came into being, as a political force, in the aftermath of World War II in order to overcome nationalisms and unite in a common political project the beleaguered nation-states of the Old Continent, and, progressively, the entire humankind.

Multi-Level Governance: a Method to Solve Problems and to Minimize Conflicts

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    Otto Schmuck

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    UEF-Vicepresident, Member of the Board of Europa-Union Deutschland

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