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  • Under the first Constitution of the European Union, the European Parliament was designated with discussing topics the body deems important and proposing legislation to the upper house, the European Commission. The European Parliament has been replaced by the **European Council**.


  • Declassified documents and discussions from the European Union Security Council's sessions, previously held secret in their own forum. The area might include topics from elsewhere, as well as potentially sensitive information!


  • Headquarters of the European People's Party (EPP). Now merged into UEC. Ideology: conservatives, christian democrats.


  • Under the first Constitution of the European Union, the European Commission was the higher of the two chambers of the European Legislature. The EC revised, amended, and ratified legislation from the European Parliament. The old European Commission has been replaced by the **European Council**.


  • Before 2007, the Ministry of Internal Affairs administered to the needs of member nations of the European Union, and strengthened channels between them, be it through communications, trade, aid, or other ways.


  • Before 2007, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was responsible for regional relations with other regions, collecting intelligence in the world of NationStates, and recruiting new member nations to the region.


  • Part of the pre-2007 President's office. This is where the President, the Vice President, and the Secretaries of regional ministries gathered to discuss matters of regional importance.


  • Part of the pre-2007 President's office. Where classified information pertaining to regional security was discussed with the Regional Security Council. Access was restricted to certain members. But now it's archived.


  • For social democrats, democratic socialists, and pro-integrationists.


  • Part of the pre-2007 President's office. The chambers where all nations could come together to suggest and draft legislation with the help of their fellow members.


  • Factbooks, etc. of deceased nations.


  • Archived ELP materials


  • For any sensitive meetings or documents. Accessible only by Security Council members and Admins.


  • Headquarters of the Socialist Workers' Party (SWP). Ideology: communists, socialists, anti-capitalists, ecologists.


  • Headquarters of the European Conservatives & Reformists (ECR). Now merged into UEC. Ideology: conservatives, national conservatives, anti-integrationists.


  • Headquarters of the European Liberal Democrats League (ELDL). Ideology: European integrationist, liberal, centrist.


  • Headquarters of the European Freedom Party (EFP). Ideology: Libertarians, classical liberals, anti-integrationists.


  • The committee of Councillors chosen to discuss changes to the EU Constitution, formed in October 2011\.


  • Forums of the Security Council, a treaty organisation originally founded among Aesop Rocks, Belarum, Malvines, USSR and Triera for the maintenance of peace and security in the European Union. The EUSC originally served as the European Union's (unelected) executive authority.


  • Meeting room for the European Collective Security Treaty Organisation


  • The committee of Councillors chosen to discuss changes to the UDoHR, formed in July 2012\.


  • Headquarters of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for a Green Europe (ALDGE). Ideology: Liberals, environmentalists, for social mobility.


  • Ooooooooh. Secret. Or at least they were before this got archived.


  • Where the Cardinals elected a new Pope.


  • Obsolete and defunct embassies of other regions to the EU.


  • National embassy programs of deceased nations.


  • Warlists of deceased nations.


  • Government offices of deceased nations.


  • Before reforms in September 2016, the Commission for Economics was responsible for overseeing the EU's budget, economy, and currency. These responsibilities have been merged into the Office of the Premier Commissioner.


  • Before reforms in September 2016, the Commission for Defence and Peacekeeping was responsible for maintaining peace and organising humanitarian efforts within the European Union. Its responsibilities have been merged into the Office for Internal Affairs.


  • For national socialists, fascists, and authoritarians.


  • For conservatives, christian democrats, and national-conservatives.


  • For progressive conservatives, liberal conservatives, and pro-Europeans.

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