The countries listed five key areas where they feel the European project has gone astray, and included concrete demands from other nations to fix the issues.They got out of the Eastern Bloc, now what about the Western one?
The first ultimatum was over the erosion of democracy by the increasingly authoritarian EU Commission, which is swamping member states in thousands of dictatorial laws.
The group said: "It is necessary to strengthen the role of national parliaments underlining respect for the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality."
They then moved on to the issue of equality across the union, making a pointed barb that eastern European states feel they are being sidelined by Germany and France over key decision making.
Saturday, September 17, 2016
A More Dictatorial Union
Eastern Europe says thanks, but no thanks:
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