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  • The EU is helping create more democracy to its membership countries

    If you want to pass a law concerning agriculture, you have to be careful that it does colide with a bill from the EU. Overall, the idea of a united Europe is good, but right now, the EU is democratic. The politicians making the laws are far from all directly elected, and the different bills passed in the EU not limits each countries ability to make its own laws.

  • Completely & Utterly Not!

    The EU is entirely undemocratic. Corrupt. Bureaucratic and full of unelected technocrats who have no legitimacy. The reason there is a rise in supprt of extremist parties thoughout Europe in both European elections and national elections is because of the disdain and sheer unhappiness towards the EU because of its failure to be a democratic and succesful union!

  • No it isn't

    80% of all laws in countries inside the EU are made by undemocratically elected commissioners who we don't know not meps. The EU along with other countries helped to bring down the democratically elected government of the Ukraine.
    When Ireland and other countries had a referendum on the Lisbon treaty the EU commissioners ignored the answer they got because they didn't like it

  • The EU is helping create less democracy to its membership countries

    The European Union rose from a good idea, that countries could coorperate and help each other with open borders, free trading between countries and so on. But today, the EU is less democratic than ever. 1st of all, the system of the different EU chambers are so complicated and tough to understand. It takes several hours to understand the basic 5-structure system. Only one of it's "chambers", the parliament, is filled with directly elected politicians, and the parliament doens't necessarily have the most power. Fouthermore, the last decade, so many billls have been passed in the EU, which limit and restrict each membership country's ability to freely make its own laws. Fx. If you want to pass a law concerning agriculture, you have to be careful that it doens't colide with a bill from the EU.
    Overall, the idea of a united Europe is good, but right now, the EU is not democratic. The politicians making the laws are far from all directly elected, and the different bills passed in the EU limits each countries ability to make its own laws.


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