Actually, I feel you are not making a very strong argument here. |
Sure, the EU Council and parliament use the domain names such as europa.eu.int as you describe.
There is absolutely no reason that it could not remain in effect while other registrants, people and companies as you say, could register domains, such as dixons.eu.int along side.
Your message seems to lead a person to believe that eu.int is going to be used for commission and parliamentary needs, and that .eu is for the individuals and businesses.
Any argument that the distinction of the tld dissolves quickly should the commission or parliament want to have their own domains under .eu should it see the light of day.
There is still no good reason that .eu could not be launched as .eu.int.