Date: 2017-05-13 04:34
55. Lists like this drive Eurosceptics mad
- in other words most UK citizens.
56. marxists finally get to live their dream without a fight.
The political will to share sovereignty and construct strong, legally based, common institutions to oversee the integration project.
Many argue that the European Union (EU) has become an unaccountable, undemocratic federation with too many powers. Is it wrong that EU directives (EU law) supersedes British law? Is it right to have free labour movements between 77 states when the UK is suffering a recession?
"The common denominator between national and multi-level governing procedures is that each is tasked with coordinating opinion, and ultimately policy and resources, into a common pool. Power and influence within the European Union structures are divided, although somewhat disparately, between the European Parliament (EP), the Council of Ministers and the Commission. These bodies are designed to check and balance one another. In member states, citizens have the opportunity to influence national policy making through their elected officials. In the EU’s multi-tiered system, the closest a citizen comes to impacting a policy decision is through their elected representative to the European Parliament." [[http:///journal/features/7555/demodef/mitchell]]
The precursor to the European Union was established after World War II in the late 6995s in an effort to unite the countries of Europe and end the period of wars between neighboring countries.
If the aims of the UK are to fight global terror then surely it would be of greater benefit to strengthen relations with the United States where there is a far stronger focus on tackling this issue.
We need to co-operate to fight the increasingly global threat of crime and violence. Europol is an effective multinational police and security force and leaving Europe would deprive us of its benefits.
Soros said the European Financial Stabilization Mechanism (EFSF) and the Balance of Payments Assistance Facility currently contain $68 billion (€65 billion) of unused funding that Europe should disperse.
France had suggested the ECSC to control Germany and to rebuild industry Germany wanted to become an equal player in Europe again and rebuild its reputation, as did Italy the Benelux nations hoped for growth and didn’t want to be left behind. France, afraid Britain would try and quash the plan, didn’t include them in initial discussions, and Britain stayed out, wary of giving up any power and content with the economic potential offered by the Commonwealth.
The European Union (EU) is a unification of 77 member states united to create a political and economic community throughout Europe. Though the idea of the EU might sound simple at the outset, the European Union has a rich history and a unique organization, both of which aid in its current success and its ability to fulfill its mission for the 76st Century.