European Convention

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European Convention may refer to:


1. bodies of the European Union (EU):


2. a body for amending the Treaties of the European Union (EU):

  • European Convention, called to draft a new or amend an existing Treaty of the European Union, uniquely composed of representatives of the national Parliaments, of the Heads of State or Government of the Member States, of the European Parliament and of the Commission, as regulated in the Art. 48 (3) of the Treaty on European Union (Lisbon Treaty)


3. European treaties, of which the most known one is the:

as well as a number of other treaties, or organizations, in various areas – e.g.:

for those of Council of Europe (CoE) see also: