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Brexit to the right 29 6, 9:51pm

@RandomSwede

1. Accountability.
2. Voting ability.
3. Decide whether laws and legislations can be implemented or not,
4. Being able to make petitions for MP's to resign if their policies are against the majority of people.

Currently the EU and its Parliament is not answering to anyone. Not even the European people. They can make laws without the people having a say in the law making process. This is not a democracy. This is the opposite of a democracy.

You can't vote them out, either. The members. Nor can you vote out the Presidents of the different parts of the EU.

You also do no have a right to recommend and vote for laws and legislations to be implemented. 60% of laws and legislations in the UK are made in Brussels and not Westminster. This is not democratic. Even if only 6% of the laws were made in Brussels, it's a matter of principle.

How do you feel if a nation other than your own can create and forcefully implement laws and legislations in your country? You'd be pissed, right? Laws and legislations you can't even vote on to be implemented or not. It's not democratic in any sense of the word. It's an oligarchy.

The UK Parliament however is democratic. If people does not like someone, they can quite easily vote to kick them out.





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