- Having regard to the charter of the United Nation
- Having regard to the referendum process in Scotland, the possible referenda in Catalonia and in Corsica and the future negotiation between representatives of Flanders and Wallonia
- Having regard to the democratic principles which base the European Union
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- Considers the ‘’right to decide’’ as a basic and fundamental human right (right to self-determination) which cannot be limited by any state or EU institutions as long as it is implemented through a democratic transparent inclusive and peaceful process.
- Fully supports the claim for ‘’the right to decide’’ coming from stateless nations; regions and minorities which should be free to decide in which institutional structure (from a more autonomous status within their respective existing member state toward a fully-fledged independence within the EU) they want to live in. Therefore stresses that this ‘’right to decide’’ has to be implemented through a democratic transparent inclusive and peaceful process (from a referendum to an open negotiation between people’s representatives).
- Calls on the EU institutions to support financially and/or technically if needed and/or if requested by the stateless nation region or minorities, in order to secure the whole process. Therefore stresses that the EU institutions’ support should be with no external compulsion or interference.