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For questions on the European Union, a union of currently twenty-eight European countries, and how it relates to national governments and other international organs.

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It hasn't risen much (at least not EU-wide). The Eurobarometer Interactive search system allows users to create line trends of answers to survey questions over time. One such question is: Taking …
answered Nov 23 '18 by gerrit
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Agriculture and Fisheries are not covered by the EEA. In particular control over fisheries is a big deal for countries like Norway and Iceland, and perhaps one of the main reasons Norway is reluctant …
answered Jun 28 '17 by gerrit
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For a country to join the European Union is a long and difficult process. The new member state must meet requirements and be approved by existing member states. What process applies if an existing me …
asked Mar 27 by gerrit
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I have heard from small country citizens critical of EU membership, the argument that in the EU, the important issues are all decided by the big countries, essentially arguing that the EU is just an e …
asked Apr 16 by gerrit
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I used to think EU membership implied EEA membership, but although Croatia joined the EU in 2013, its EEA membership is still provisional as of 2017, and there was also a period during which Croatia w …
asked Jun 28 '17 by gerrit
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In the European Parliament, parties operate as groups of national parties, see e.g. current europarties. They don't take members and don't operate in countries where they don't have any membership par …
asked Jan 29 '13 by gerrit
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Mr. Juncker complained that only 30 or so out of 751 MEPs turned up for a debate. Where can I find a list of who those are?
asked Jul 4 '17 by gerrit
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Is it possible for the same person to simultaneously be a Member of Parliament in the European Parliament and in a national parliament? Are any people in both parliaments? Or are there regulations t …
asked Feb 13 '17 by gerrit
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The Bad Weather Coalition, more formally known as the New Hanseatic League, is a group of EU member states Ireland, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, which are all “fi …
asked Nov 30 '18 by gerrit
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In recent years, France has embarked on a controversial program of expelling Roma people. The controversy is partly about the allegation that France expels people based on ethnic rather than legal cri …
asked Feb 14 '13 by gerrit
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In Europe, people opposed to specific policies of the European Union, expansion of the European Union, or transfer of powers from member states to the European Union, are often described by the media …
asked May 4 '16 by gerrit
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On 5 July 2016, the European Commission announced that the ratification of the CETA agreement between Canada and the EU will involve ratification by national parliaments. The German newspaper TAZ note …
asked Jul 5 '16 by gerrit
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They only pay a special E.U. tax. From the European Commission Permanent officials page: As a European civil servant, your salary is not subject to national income tax. Instead, salaries paid by …
answered Jan 7 '13 by gerrit
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As the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, there is debate as to whether the UK should remain in the EU Customs Union (or in a bilateral customs union with the EU, which I believe is almost the …
asked Sep 26 '17 by gerrit
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The rights of a UK citizen living in Germany to take part in the European Parliament elections to vote for German MEPs derives from your rights as an EU citizen. Therefore, speculatively, if Brexit d …
answered Mar 19 by gerrit

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