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Debates
Tuesday, 3 July 2012 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Conclusions of the European Council meeting (28-29 June 2012) (debate)
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  Ivo Belet (PPE), in writing. (NL) The key element in President Van Rompuy’s report is most probably point 4: we will only be able to strengthen the EU if we have people’s support. Currently, that support is crumbling at a rate of knots. That is why shock therapy is becoming necessary. The most efficient way we can respond to this is by the direct election of the President of the European Commission. That would be a major step forward. Because Europeans from Stockholm to Nicosia would be able to choose the President of Europe themselves. Let us choose this course of action, preferably as early as 2014. It would trigger a lot of emotion, positive and undoubtedly also negative. However, it will definitely not leave people indifferent. That is an essential part of democracy, is it not?

 
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