Posts tagged European Parliament
Voting Vexation: The Complications of European Confederation

With the recent results of the European Parliament elections now announced, I, as a citizen of the Netherlands, wanted to take a opportunity to look at the differences in how elections work for this election cycle, and give insight into the sheer variety of different methods employed by countries in the European Union.

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What is the Cost of Freedom? - The Economic Implications of Brexit

If the governments at play truly care about the interests of the people and the globe in question, and not just petty politicking over power, they will come to the table and hammer out a deal; one that respects the freedom and autonomy of British citizens, but also benefits everyone involved economically as well.

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Of Directives, Elections & New Directions: A Look at Where We Stand With Articles 11 * 13

We have been afforded a gap; a chink in the armor of the behemoth that stands before us, and I intend to do whatever I can to drive that gap as wide as possible. I will tear away the legislative obfuscation, and shine the light of truth upon the shabby and pathetic notions and presumptions that hold up this directive.

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Europes EUlogy? - The “Absolute State” of the European Union

“One wonders how a man who claims to care about Liberalism and Democracy, can justify the idea that the solution to problems faced by many is to consolidate power away from member states and into the hands of the few. It seems as though he feels that those problems are all uniform and can magically be solved best by government fiat.”

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