The document was adopted with 283 votes in favor, 269 against and 83 abstained, the BBC Russian Service reports.

The move may indicate the beginning of the reform of the basic EU treaty. Essentially, Verhofstadt proposes limiting or even totally abolishing the right of the EU member states to refuse to perform collective decisions, the report says.

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