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A: Yes, it was in the line of the European Council, they came up with some new ideas and tried to fi nd consensus with the southern European countries. Since the European Council has no legislative powers, the form of resolution is made of suggestions and recommendations for the European Commission that then decides to do something or not.
Q: Do you think it’s a revolutionary resolution?
A: No, but there are some points. The European Council tends to be more conservative, in terms of not risking enough in taking actions because it’s a union of different States with national and international policies so if you want to reach an unanimous result, the resolution can not really be revolutionary.
Q: Would you give the students in this council any suggestions?
A: Yes, I would suggest them to defend their ideas because any idea they come up with matters. Nothing is impossible, if you work on it and believe in it, you can achieve it.
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