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Presentation of the "Comment" on the Treaty of Rome

Walter Hallstein, président de la Commission de la CEE, and Michel Gaudet, Director-General at the Legal Service of the European Executives in charge of EEC Affairs, received Riccardo Monaco, Judge at the Court of Justice of the EC, Alberto Trabucchi, Judge at the Court of Justice of the EC, Professors M. Ferrari-Bravo and M. Tizzano who presented him the first copy of the "Comment" on the Treaty of Rome.
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View of the meeting: Alberto Trabucchi, Riccardo Monaco, Walter Hallstein, seated from ...
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Walter Hallstein, on the right, and Alberto Trabucchi, in the background
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Michel Gaudet, Walter Hallstein, Alberto Trabucchi, Riccardo Monaco, from right to left
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Presentation of the
Michel Gaudet, Alberto Trabucchi, Walter Hallstein, Riccardo Monaco, from right to left
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Date: 06/04/1965

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