By Finn Laursen
Successive enlargements of the european have constituted significant occasions within the background of eu integration. They have an effect on the Union's associations, rules and policy-making techniques and, as a result of influence of those alterations, enlargements have usually been co
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At the summit, intense negotiations took place, especially with Poland about money, and with Turkey about a date for the start of negotiations about membership. It was agreed that Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia would be able to join from 1 May 2004. For Bulgaria and Romania, the EU set 2007 as the target date for accession (Denmark 2002, p. 9). Turkey was pressing for a date. In the end, Copenhagen at least offered a date for a decision.
The Commission assesses these key priorities as benchmarks in this Progress Report. A recommendation on the start of accession negotiations will depend on the results achieved” (European Commission 2009a). The EU also modified the scope of the conditions with which the candidate countries need to comply during the negotiation stage by increasing the number of negotiations chapters from 31 to 35 and introducing opening benchmarks. The change in the negotiation chapters should not be treated as a pure organisational matter or a mere reflection of the expansion of the EU legislation.
Etc. and we block EMU because it prejudges membership to the Euro (Interview 4, 2009). However, France is not the only Member State opposed to Turkey’s accession. The Commissioner for Enlargement remarked: Many European politicians have advocated the idea of a privileged partnership for Turkey rather than full membership. This takes place despite the fact that the EU and its leaders in the European Council unanimously decided to open accession negotiations, while underlining that the negotiations are by their very nature an open-ended process with no predetermined outcome (Rehn 2006b).
EU Enlargement: Current Challenges and Strategic Choices by Finn Laursen