Conference of Speakers of the European Union Parliaments
Conférence des présidents des parlements de l'Union européenne
Konferenz der Präsidenten der Europäischen Parlamentarischen Versammlungen
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as Conference of Speakers of European Assemblies -- Conférence des présidents des assemblées parlementaires européennes. Has authority for European Centre for Parliamentary Research and Documentation (ECPRD), which it set up in 1977 and which is directed by a committee of 'Correspondents', senior officials in the parliamentary assemblies. A forum where all speakers of the parliaments of member states of European Union (EU) and European Parliament (EP) meet annually. Following two isolated Conferences held in Rome (Italy) in 1963 and Strasbourg (France) in 1973, the Conference has been held regularly since 1975. At conference held in 1999, Lisbon (Portugal), it was decided to hold the conference annually for the Parliaments of EU member states and the European Parliament. Prior to the meeting in Lisbon, the meetings were held alternately between a Parliament from an EU member state and a Parliament from a member state of the Council of Europe.Available with paid subscription only.
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