Merger Treaty


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Merger Treaty

effective from 1 July 1967, this treaty provided for a single commission, court and assembly for all three of the EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES. See EURATOM, EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY.
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The current numbering of Council meetings dates back to the entry into force of the 1967 Merger Treaty, which instituted a single Council and a single Commission.
At the time, sources said Matip, despite the merger treaty with the SPLA wanted to have his troops under his direct command.
The Merger Treaty signed in Brussels, Belgium, on April 8, 1965 combined the executive bodies of the European Coal and Steel Community, European Atomic Energy Community and the European Economic Community into a single institutional structure.
The other Treaties include the MERGER TREATY, the SEA, the TEU, and the TREATY OF AMSTERDAM.