Posts tagged Spain
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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The Vote is Nigh: The EU MEP Elections & You

For those who have been living under a rock of late, the elections for members of the European Parliament, or MEPs, are soon to be underway across Europe. Elections will be held from this Thursday, the 23rd, on through to Sunday the 26th, with dates that vary from country to country. This article will provide you information as to when the vote in question will be happening in your home state, and lists of candidates or parties available to vote on.

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No One Expects The Leftist Inquisition: How Collective Guilt Brings Collective Misery

When it comes to holding others accountable, we must inevitably ask ourselves “What standard will we judge each other by? What standard should society use to discern the guilty from the innocent?”, because whatever standard we decide upon will invariably be the standard that we, ourselves, are held to.

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