If the European Union requested its entry into the European Union as a State, it would be vetoed because of democratic deficit.
The European Union is being lead for the last few years by a European two-party coalition of conservatives and socialists that control all institutions and divide the posts among themselves.
The European Commission is formed by conservatives and socialists who voted José Manuel Durâo Barroso for President. In exchange, Martin Schulz, the European Socialists candidate to President of the Commission in the elections, was appointed President of the European Parliament, along with Alejo Vidal-Quadras, who is now candidate for the far-right and neo-franquist party VOX, as Vice-President representing Europe’s People Party.
This two-party coalition of conservatives and socialists has imposed upon us the austerity dictat and the bank bailout against the rights of the people and brutal spending cuts across Europe, with a non-elected group known as the Troika.
Martin Schulz’s party, the german SPD, has formed twice a Grand Coalition to give Angela Merkel the chancellorship of Germany. The last time, in september 2013, when they preferred to reelect Merkel instead of forming an alternative government with the Greens and Die Linke.
Currently, there are two-party governments composed of conservatives and socialists in States as important as Germany, Italy (where Berlusconi was brought back in order to reach an agreement), Greece, Austria, Belgium, Finland…
Economical policies admit no discussion: the hand of steel of the Grand Coalition of conservatives and socialists impose the austerity dictat.
From Compromís-European Spring and the Greens/EFA group we want to end with this monochrome two party coalition and let fresh air enter the European Parliament. We want Real Democracy at a European level.
Des de Compromís-Primavera Europea i el grup ALE-Verds volem acabar amb aquest bipartit monocrom i que entre aire fresc al Parlament Europeu. Volem una Democràcia Real a nivell europeu.
Compromís is a guarantee of parliamentary work. In all institutions where we have representation -City councils, regional parliaments, Valencian parliament, Spanish parliament, etc.- we are always among the most active groups. Because we bring your voice to institutions. Because, if Compromís is in the European Parliament, you will also be there, and we will work shoulder to shoulder with you.