Introduction Because of this request from European

Introduction

As time has come along over many decades the European Union has combined
itself taking over six nations that now makes up twenty-five countries that are
joined together for the European Union to strengthen the power of the Euro that
is controlled by the European government (Luxembourg, 2004). The European Union
has maintained the union witch happens to be a combined by a large group that has
grown more difficult to control.  Many
people have been chosen to try to help regulate and control the administration
of the European Union but to maintain and keep the arrangements in the union to
a controllable low the union used the Constitution to help bring order to the
new twenty-five countries that are made up from six nations to help strengthens
the Euro (“The History of the European Union”, 2004).

            Because
of this new administration the European Union now uses this as an example on
the governmental level for the other countries to follow through with the
procedure of public approval in each of the countries (“The History of the
European Union”, 2004). For the twenty-five countries to keep and maintain the
union working at a successful rate the European Union   needs to
have all six nations come together as a joint union. Because of this request
from European Union this has made this task more difficult for the European
nations to collectively unify; the European government wants to be able to move
forward by controlling the administration of the European Union for the success
of the Euro (Luxembourg, 2004).

In order for the twenty-five countries to have an increasing
number for a successful administration in the union, the European government
needed to create a new tradition that would include the constitution allowing
the entire Union to have the limited right to choose in each country (Craig,
2005). This allowed the citizens of these nations to make decisions from the new
procedure of approval. The European Union wanted the nations to embrace the
Euro that focused on the disposal of swapping the scale (Craig, 2005).  “The six nations found it hard to increase the
exchange abroad and crosswise over outskirts and growing markets for business
as a portion of the upsides of euro cash nations” (Luxembourg, 2004). “The
values and straightforwardness on the topic of the Euro is another example of
the responses of the twenty-five countries that are on the fence about the
euro, this is one the powers that the twenty-five sovereign countries uses to
communicate with the European Union” (Craig, 2005).

The countries wanted to express their feelings toward the Euro to
the European government to see if this new union of nations would be allowed to
maintain their individuality between nations because of the new European Union (Luxembourg,
2004).

The European constitution, that helped impact a part of this
research I took into consideration some of that context for content in this
paper, I expect to investigate how the Constitution will influence the way of
life inside the European Union through the lawful changes forced on countries
and the further development of the Union while taking a deeper look at the power
of the Euro and how the change has progressed over time.

Literature Review

One of the questions that are geared towards the European Union’s
new administration is if the constitution will have a successful increase in
the response of the Euro. For this question a factor is if the new
administration for the European Union will go smoothly with the constitution,
and if it does go smooth will the new administration be approved by all twenty-five
countries (“EU Czech Klaus Reaction”, 2005). While researching this question
the factor that must be kept in mind is if the evidence that is provided will
cause the new administration to have a more successful increase or will the new
administration cause a rapid decrease towards European Union’s constitution
(“EU Czech Klaus Reaction”, 2005). Because of this main question this
discussion opens the door for a political debate; this would include all
twenty-five countries governments and states’ rights. Martin Wolf, journalist
for the Financial Times in England, summarized the contention expressing “How
many readers think that the big weakness of the European Union is its inability
to enact a large enough number of regulations? If you do, you should welcome
the draft constitutional treaty. If you aspire to a more dynamic and flexible
European economy, you should oppose it” (Wolf, 2004).

On January 1, 1999 this was the beginning of the euro on this day
money in eleven European nations. Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany,
Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain all embraced
this form of money; the twenty-five countries received this form of a typical
money related arrangement (“The History of the European Union”, 2004). On
January 1, 1999 the European Union took over making the euro the new perceived
legitimate money (Wolf, 2004) The push towards the improvement for the new
administration became the typical money that was started in 1957, when the
Treaty of Rome expressed a typical European market as a goal, trusting that
“a nearer and nearer union among the people groups of Europe” would
unavoidably happen (“The History of the European Union”, 2004).Because of this
endorsement of the Single European Act in 1986 symbolized and made room for a
better European incorporation. After this happened, the European governments
and industry started to put more emphasizes on the intensity of the European
industry (Wolf, 2004).