IntroductionOver the span of fifty years the European Union has extended fromsix nations that are joined under monetary settlements which is a largecombination of twenty-five sovereign countries (Luxembourg, 2004).
The EuropeanUnion has maintained the union witch happens to be a combined large group that hasgrown more difficult to control. Manypeople have been chosen to try to help regulate and control the administrationof the European Union but to maintain and keep the arrangements in the union toa controllable low the union used the Constitution to help bring order to thenew twenty-five countries that are made up from six nations to help strengthensthe Euro (“The History of the European Union”, 2004). Becauseof this new administration the European Union now uses this as an example onthe governmental level for the other countries to follow through the procedureof endorsement in each of the sovereign countries (“The History of the EuropeanUnion”, 2004).
For the countries to keep and maintain the union to have all sixnations come together as a hugegathering has become more difficult for the European treaties to have been drafted to control the administrationof the European Union (Luxembourg, 2004).To diminish the quantity of arrangements in the union, thetradition chose to draft a Constitution in which now travels through theprocedure of approval in each of the sovereign countries. The European Unionnations to embrace the Euro focusing on the disposal of swapping the scale thesix nations found it hard to increase the exchange abroad and crosswise overoutskirts and growing markets for business as a portion of the upsides of eurocash nations (Luxembourg, 2004). “The values and straightforwardness on thetopic of the Euro is another example of the responses of the twenty-fivecountries that are on the fence about the euro, this is one the powers that thetwenty-five sovereign countries uses to communicate with the European Union” (Craig,2005). Value straightforwardness is the capacity to effortlessly perceivevalue contrasts between nations, which that were unrealistic of the pre-euro.The developing lawful framework was molded by the Constitution, which causedthe impact of the report could reach more remote than what it takes intoconsideration in the content (Luxembourg, 2004).In this paper, I expect toinvestigate how the Constitution will influence the way of life inside theEuropean Union through the lawful changes forced on countries and the furtherdevelopment of the Union while taking a deeper look at the power of the Euroand how the change has progressed over time.