Draghi reframes push for ‘perfect union’ in Europe


European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi yesterday framed European institutional reform as a move towards a "more perfect" union than an "ever closer" one.

Draghi said the European Treaty seems to promise an "inexorable movement towards a future super-state" that many Europeans feel they are not ready for.

But the the European project can be cast in a different light. "In my view, it is better encapsulated by wording borrowed from the Constitution of the United States: the

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