From the Hague Congress to the Council of Europe: hopes, achievements and disappointments in the parliamentary way to European integration (1948–51)

@article{Guerrieri2014FromTH,
  title={From the Hague Congress to the Council of Europe: hopes, achievements and disappointments in the parliamentary way to European integration (1948–51)},
  author={S. Guerrieri},
  journal={Parliaments, Estates and Representation},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={216 - 227}
}
  • S. Guerrieri
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • Parliaments, Estates and Representation
SUMMARY This article examines the commitment of many parliamentarians from Western countries after the Second World War in favour of European integration and the role played by the first European representative assembly, the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, from its foundation in 1949 to the resignation of its first president, Paul-Henri Spaak, in 1951. The Hague Congress of May 1948 proposed the creation of an assembly elected by national parliaments which was to be the core of… Expand
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