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EnglishI should like to emphasise that maintaining that balance is a sine qua non for us.
EnglishEcological tax reform is a sine qua non for changing the course of energy policy.
EnglishEuropean governance is the sine qua non of the success of our common project.
EnglishThis is a sine qua non condition to attaining more authoritative and reliable media.
EnglishIt seems to me that, in reality, the Treaty of Lisbon is not a sine qua non.
EnglishThis is a sine qua non, and it would seem unnecessary to keep stressing it.
EnglishPolitical stability is a conditio sine qua non for greater involvement in EU programmes.
EnglishThose of us who subscribe to the European project know that is a sine qua non.
EnglishThis is the sine qua non condition for reconciling the popular and political spheres.
EnglishMulti-level management is a sine qua non of effective cohesion policy.
EnglishThe question of whether Nice is a sine qua non for enlargement has been the subject of some debate.
EnglishIndeed, this seems to me to be the sine qua non for an effective and transparent collaboration.
EnglishSecurity of energy supply has to be the sine qua non of European energy policy as we go forward.
EnglishCeasing to support terrorist activity has to be a sine qua non.
EnglishFinancial stability is a sine qua non of a competitive and economically safe Europe.
EnglishThis is a sine qua non of sustainable fisheries development.
EnglishI think establishing a patent is a condition sine qua non, as has been adequately pointed out.
EnglishShould the aforesaid undertaking not be a condition sine qua non?
EnglishIt is clear that the protection of fundamental liberties is a sine qua non of belonging to the European Union.
EnglishA healthy individual is a sine qua non for a healthy society.