Imagine a US Congress in which the elected members could not propose legislation. Imagine a system where they could only vote on legislation proposed by a Presidential Cabinet. This apparently is how it works in an increasingly undemocratic Europe:
This anti-democratic manipulation should come as no surprise, for the EU is an inherently undemocratic institution. The European Commission, a bureaucracy, is the only body allowed to propose legislation. Think of it for a moment — elected politicians may consider only those policies that bureaucrats put in front of them.
It is sad to see the UK going deeper into this abomination.
|Share |||By Randall Parker at 2002 October 29 11:40 AM Europe and America|