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Han Entzinger. ” in Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales 10(1), 1994: 73–95. 22 Riva Kastoryano 20. Aleksandra Alund and Carl-Ulrik Schierup. Paradoxes of Multiculturalism. Aldershot: Avebury, 1991. 21. Radtke. ” 22. Jacques Lenoble. ). L’Europe au soir des siècles, Paris: Seuil, 1992: 293–315 23. Marc Abélès. See his chapter in this edited volume. 24. Daniel Fabre. ) L’Europe entre cultures et nations. Paris: Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, 1996: 99–120. 25. See S. N.
Although the majority of reports that are debated during the session are available at the latest on the Friday preceding the Strasburg week, it is acceptable for amendments to be distributed after the opening of the plenary. The President’s office fixes for each session a deadline for tabling amendments as a function of the program adopted. To be debated, amendments and resolutions produced during this short lapse of time must be themselves printed in eleven languages. Of course parliament might infringe this rule: but a minority of ten members is sufficient to oblige the assembly to reverse course and require translation.
The corridors of the assembly buzz with various tongues, and it is rather delightful to see the nine languages of the Europe of the twelve5 cohabiting in this way. For the observer, this is proof in action that the communitarian ideal is not a mirage: the parliament is daily proof of the possibility of a public space where linguistic and cultural differences are put at the service of an all-encompassing project. There is no artificial lingo like The Practitioners of Europe 33 Volapuk (a transliteration of the Cyrillic) or Esperanto: it is the parity of languages that has the force of law here.
An Identity for Europe: The Relevance of Multiculturalism in EU Construction by Riva Kastoryano (eds.)