European Community
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  • Français: Communauté Européenne
  • German: Europäische Gemeinschaft
  • Russiv: европейское сообщество
  • Italian: Comunità Europea
Flag
Emblem
Location of the European Community (Dark Green) / Candidate/Observer States (Green) / Invalidated Members (Black)
Motto: « All of Us »
Hymn: « We All, Brothers and Sisters »
Institutions
President Nolan Grünewald
Deputy-President Timothée van Rossum
Location Bât. Européenne, City of Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Chief Samuel Meinhardt
(Levantine Kingdom of Jerusalem)
from 1 August 2065 to 31 Juy 2067
Deputy Chief Lorenz Krauss
(Kingdom of Brandenburg)
from 1 August 2065 to 31 July 2067
Location Bât. Gustave Wegener, City of Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
President of the Parliament Antonette Heidrich
(North Italian Republic)
from 1 August 2065 to 31 July 2067
Location Bât. Européenne, City of Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Organisation
Capital Luxembourg
Largest communes London, Paris, Saint-Pétersbourg
Member states 35
Aegypt, Algarve, Alpen, Aragon, Austria, Bosnia, Brandenburg, Cadiz, Castille, Coast of Ciuela, Denmark-Norway, Eastern Roman Republic, Federation of the Rhine, Granada, Hellenistic Empire, Jérusalem, Latium, Luxembourg, Moldavia, Murcia, Navarre, North Bavaria, North Italian Republic, Portugal, Ruthenia, Saint-Pétersbourg, Saxony, Serbia, Séville, South African Federation, Syracuse, Teutonia, Tuscany, Trébizonde, Venice
Candidate states 6
Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Transylvania, Wallachia
Observer states 1
Crown of France
Official languages 20
Anglaçais, Arabian, Castillan, Catalan, Circassian, Croatian, Danish, Estonian, Français, Georgian, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portugais, Roman Greek, Romanian, Russian, Vespasai-français
Geography and Demography
Surface area 12 821 027 km2 [a]
Population 1 096 500 000 hab. (2060) [b] [c]
Density 83.06 hab./km2
History
Berlin Accord 14 June 1947
Treaty of Constantinople 1 February 1961
Francien Friendship Observer Agreement 25 June 1964
GR5 Accord 19 December 2026
Economy
Currency European note
Classement TPI 1er global
TPI 243 151,911 Mne€
TPI/hab. 43 871 ne€/hab.
Various
Day of Peace in Europe 28 May
Ethonym European
Network extension //.ce (exts. 1-99)
Interconnexion address sec./ensemble-europe//.ce
a. ^ The total size of the EC includes only member states.
b. ^ The total population is based on the 2060 comprehensive census and review.
c. ^ Includes the Crown of France.

European Community

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European Community
View other languages []
  • Français: Communauté Européenne
  • German: Europäische Gemeinschaft
  • Russiv: европейское сообщество
  • Italian: Comunità Europea
Flag
Emblem
Location of the European Community (Dark Green) / Candidate/Observer States (Green) / Invalidated Members (Black)
Motto: « All of Us »
Hymn: « We All, Brothers and Sisters »
Institutions
President Nolan Grünewald
Deputy-President Timothée van Rossum
Location Bât. Européenne, City of Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Chief Samuel Meinhardt
(Levantine Kingdom of Jerusalem)
from 1 August 2065 to 31 Juy 2067
Deputy Chief Lorenz Krauss
(Kingdom of Brandenburg)
from 1 August 2065 to 31 July 2067
Location Bât. Gustave Wegener, City of Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
President of the Parliament Antonette Heidrich
(North Italian Republic)
from 1 August 2065 to 31 July 2067
Location Bât. Européenne, City of Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Organisation
Capital Luxembourg
Largest communes London, Paris, Saint-Pétersbourg
Member states 35
Aegypt, Algarve, Alpen, Aragon, Austria, Bosnia, Brandenburg, Cadiz, Castille, Coast of Ciuela, Denmark-Norway, Eastern Roman Republic, Federation of the Rhine, Granada, Hellenistic Empire, Jérusalem, Latium, Luxembourg, Moldavia, Murcia, Navarre, North Bavaria, North Italian Republic, Portugal, Ruthenia, Saint-Pétersbourg, Saxony, Serbia, Séville, South African Federation, Syracuse, Teutonia, Tuscany, Trébizonde, Venice
Candidate states 6
Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Transylvania, Wallachia
Observer states 1
Crown of France
Official languages 20
Anglaçais, Arabian, Castillan, Catalan, Circassian, Croatian, Danish, Estonian, Français, Georgian, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portugais, Roman Greek, Romanian, Russian, Vespasai-français
Geography and Demography
Surface area 12 821 027 km2 [a]
Population 1 096 500 000 hab. (2060) [b] [c]
Density 83.06 hab./km2
History
Berlin Accord 14 June 1947
Treaty of Constantinople 1 February 1961
Francien Friendship Observer Agreement 25 June 1964
GR5 Accord 19 December 2026
Economy
Currency European note
Classement TPI 1er global
TPI 243 151,911 Mne€
TPI/hab. 43 871 ne€/hab.
Various
Day of Peace in Europe 28 May
Ethonym European
Network extension //.ce (exts. 1-99)
Interconnexion address sec./ensemble-europe//.ce
a. ^ The total size of the EC includes only member states.
b. ^ The total population is based on the 2060 comprehensive census and review.
c. ^ Includes the Crown of France.

Functions and overview of the European Community


The EC operates through a hybrid system of supranational and intergovernmental decision-making.

EU policy is in general promulgated by EU directives which are then implemented in the domestic legislation of its member states. The seven principal directive-decision-making bodies—known as the Institutions of the European Union are

  • the Office of the President, which provides overall direction and authorizes all directives, be they political, economic or military
  • the Presidential Council of Europe is an executive meeting of ministers of member states governments' departments which develop the directives of the Office of the President into proposed legislation
  • the Assembly of European Leaders, which provides overall direction by quarterly meetings of Heads of member states, represented by an appointed chief
  • the European Parliament consists of directly elected representatives with veto over EU directives
  • the Supreme European Judicial Service adjudicates on any controversial implementation of directives within each individual states’ domestic laws and regulations
  • the Central Bank of the European Community is responsible for monetary stability within member states
  • the European Peacekeeping Force regulates all political and major social events within member states, such as elections, high-profile inter-member state meetings, etc

History of the EC