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We obtain all documents on time and it is almost a miracle that we can learn in our language about amendments that have just been submitted to the Assembly,” said a Greek deputy. At the same time, this inf lation of printed texts is worrying and even perturbing. It is impossible to take in all this literature accumulating in the filing cabinets of parliamentarians, raising the subsidiary question of how to choose what to read beyond those documents that are strictly related to the commission’s activity.
It suffices to observe the importance given to a fair division of responsibilities among the nationals of different countries within groups and commissions to measure the political impact of the national identity issue. Similarly, the example of Belgian MEPs, who use two different languages depending on whether they are Flemish or Walloons, is revealing. Moreover, above and beyond the regionalists of the rainbow group, certain MEPs vigorously demand the adoption of languages such as Catalan, Basque, and Irish, as unjustly excluded from community bodies.