European Citizens' Initiative Campaign (ECI Campaign)
After EU Constitutional Treaty was initially rejected by French and Dutch citizens in 2005, F-XJ5111 - Democracy International and F-XF1801 - Association des états généraux des étudiants de l'Europe (AEGEE-Europe) started setting up of the Initiative by collecting signatures across Europe. Legal basis of ECI set out in Art 11, Paragraph 4 of T-XT9113 - Treaty on European Union (Maastricht Treaty) and Art 24, Paragraph 1 of Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Specific practical arrangements and procedures for launching an ECI are set out in the ECI regulation 211/2011, applicable since 1 Apr 2012.
Work for the successful introduction and implementation of the European Citizen's Initiative right - a tool of participatory, transnational and digital democracy.
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