With 2017 drawing to a close here’s a couple of final thoughts for the year about BREXIT & the EU;
- The first suggestion is that Referendums built around a slim majority to make decisions that have profound impact on a nation is a flawed concept; whether it be BREXIT or Catalunya or any other for that matter. Issues of such long term national/strategic importance should only be changed through an “inclusive” process that guarantees a sufficient level of consensus. This compounded with the fact that making decision that involve complex/confusing issues should be dealt with through the default democratic process which in our case is the Parliament. The sloppy politics of passing the buck to the public in making such decisions though politically convenient is irresponsible to say the very least.
- The second point I would like to make is that for the EU project to be successful it…
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