• No, the EU should not be dissolved.

    I do not believe that the EU should be dissolved. I think that there are a lot of benefits of having such an organization that is made up of various European nations. If they were to dissolve, a lot of countries would be hurt. I also think the world economy would be affected.

  • Yes, the countries are too different

    Yes, I believe the EU should be dissolved because it consists of many different countries that have little in common except for geography. Also, their currency cannot be controlled by a single country. For example, inflation would greatly help some countries while greatly hindering others. There are too many differences between the EU nations to allow it to be effective and cohesive.

  • The EU should be expanded

    The EU has done a number of good things for European Nations, and provides an excellent forum for voicing opinions, concerns, or coming to a consensus about certain ideas. Failures or hiccups along the way are not a reason to abandon the EU, they are reasons to engage and improve it.

  • The EU should not be dissolved

    The EU should not be dissolved and should never be dissolved unless major economic problems arises as a result of it. So far, the EU has experienced economic problems with Greece, Spain and a few other countries, but nothing major to bring down the economies of the other countries. If at any point in the future the EU starts having major economical and social issues, then there may be an need to reform it or possibly even dissolve it.

  • No, You appear to think European politics is like European football

    It isn't and never was. It is purely an economic union that serves
    prospective economic security for the ruling classes of whichever
    country has been usurped for inclusion. The EU will not break up.We need the European Union anyway, because the alternative is to create a warm and friendly relationship with Iceland.

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