Spain 's Sovereignty At The European Union Essay

1664 Words Mar 14th, 2016 7 Pages
Spain has been apart of the European Union (EU) and the Eurozone since the 1st of January 1986 when entering as a full member. Spain has held four presidencies in her country form January to June 1989, July to December 1995, January to June 2002 and January to June 2010. Spain has currently 24 representatives on the European Economic and Social Committee; representing companies, workers and other interest groups, and 21 representatives on the Committee of the Regions, which is the EUs, assembly of regional and local representatives.

Through Spains communication with the Institutions of permanent representation in Brussels, Spains embassy to the EU, has the main task in ensuring that the countries benefits and polices are followed as effectively as possible within the EU.
Is Spain’s sovereignty at a loss being with the EU, will they economy continue on the downfall, will they recover. Spain already is a powerful country, and will be with or with out the European Union. If the Spanish leave the European Union they will be able to move forward, start more business through agriculture again, bring back their currency and get themselves out of the debt that the EU put them in, but they will have problems within their own country considering the vast amounts of communities living within Spain, and imports and exports will be…

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