European Union

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Group.png European Union  
Global European Union.png
Flag of Europe.svg
Motto United in diversity
Formation 23 July 1952
Type international
Subgroups • European Parliament
• European Council
• Council of the European Union
• European Commission
• Court of Justice of the European Union
• European Central Bank
• European Court of Auditors
• Eurojust
• Europol
• Schengen Information System
• European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
• European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training
• European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
• European Environment Agency
• European Training Foundation
• European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction
• European Medicines Agency
• Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market
• Community Plant Variety Office
• Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union
• Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union
• European Maritime Safety Agency
• European Aviation Safety Agency
• European Network and Information Security Agency
• European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
• European GNSS Agency
• European Railway Agency
• Frontex
• European Fisheries Control Agency
• European Chemicals Agency
• European Institute for Gender Equality
• European Defence Agency
• European Institute for Security Studies
• European Union Satellite Centre
• European Police College
• European Police Office
• European body for the enhancement of judicial co-operation
• Fundamental Rights Agency
• Body of European Regulators of Electronic Communications
• European Systemic Risk Board
• Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators
• European Banking Authority
• European Securities and Markets Authority
• European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority
• European Asylum Support Office
• European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom security and justice
• Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation
• Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
• Executive Agency for Health and Consumers
• Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency
• Research Executive Agency
• European Research Council Executive Agency
• Euratom Supply Agency
• European Joint Undertaking for ITER and the Development of Fusion Energy
• European Institute of Innovation and Technology
• European External Action Service
Website http://europa.eu
Member of Global Counter Terrorism Forum
An international superstructure that has evolved since WW2.

Legal Problems of the European Constitution

From the very beginning the construction of an European super-bureaucracy faced legal problems: core agreements like the "economic stability criteria" have been broken frequently and permanently by the majority of member states.

The precursor of the Treaty of Lissabon (13 Dez, 2007), the Treaty of Maastricht has been rejected by the citizens' vote of many European countries. After that the European Parliament was set up without questioning the people further. The European Parliament is notoriously weak and has only a veto power over laws passed within a short timeframe. European law overrules national law but the people of the member states are not represented proportionally in the European Parliament. This conflicts with many national constitutions. The Treaty of Maastricht has been challanged therefore before the highest courts of member nations aswell as the European Court of Justice, among others by German professor of international law Karl Albrecht Schachtschneider.[1]

Of particular concern are the paragraphs dealing with martial law or "emergency situations" and the re-introduction of the death penalty. The contents of the treaties are not discussed in the commercially-controlled media and there is no awareness of the far-reaching consequences in the general public. The contracts are packed with footnotes and references to previous treaties and legal acts, which makes them hard to understand even for insiders of international law. A servey showed that less than 20 percent of German MPs actually read the Treaty of Lissabon before giving the go-ahead to their own disempowerment.

Inaction about Gladio

On November 22, 1990 the European Parliament debated Operation Gladio, producing a strongly worded resolution calling for an investigation. However, this was never followed through. Summarising the procedure, Daniele Ganser writes that "The dog barked loudly, but it did not bite. Of the eight actions requested by the EU parliament not one was carried out satisfactorily. Only Belgium, Italy and Switzerland investigated their secret armies with a parliamentary commission, producing a lengthy and detailed public report."[2]  

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Facts about "European Union"
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