by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics

European Union RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Democratic Republic of Occoron (elected )

Founder: The Commonwealth of United In Diversity

Last WA Update:

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Nations: 176th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 177th Most Influential: 1,171st+7
Largest Publishing Industry: 1,462nd Most Rebellious Youth: 1,562nd Most Cultured: 1,598th Highest Disposable Incomes: 1,772nd Most Inclusive: 2,124th Highest Economic Output: 2,149th Smartest Citizens: 2,209th
World Factbook Entry

Welcome to the European Union!
Where sovereign nations come together as equals, united in diversity, to promote peace, liberty, and prosperity.


LinkRegional Forums | LinkIntroduction to the EU | LinkGet on the Map | LinkEU Constitution
European Commission | European Council



Embassies: The Order of the Grey Wardens, The European Union, Spiritus, Arda en Estel, Renegade Islands Alliance, 10000 Islands, United Kingdom, Enadia, and Conch Kingdom.

Construction of embassies with Portugal has commenced. Completion expected .

Tags: Democratic, Free Trade, Large, Modern Tech, Offsite Chat, Offsite Forums, Role Player, Serious, and Social.

Regional Power: High

European Union contains 84 nations, the 176th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Inclusive in European Union

WA analysts ranked nations based on whether all citizens were commonly treated as equally valuable members of society.

As a region, European Union is ranked 2,124th in the world for Most Inclusive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of NormancyLeft-wing Utopia“Til Ungdommen”
2.The Federal Republic of BelarumScandinavian Liberal Paradise“With Justice For All”
3.The Dominions of --the United KingdomLeft-Leaning College State“Dieu et mon droit”
4.The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland-Civil Rights Lovefest“Dieu et mon droit”
5.The Federal Republic of The Australian States-Civil Rights Lovefest“Advance Australia”
6.The Kingdom of FremetLiberal Democratic Socialists“Wir werden frei bleiben.”
7.The Kingdom of MontenbourgScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Iustitia et Pacem”
8.The Imperial Dominions of The German Empire-Civil Rights Lovefest“Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit”
9.The United Communes of The Reich of my peopleLiberal Democratic Socialists“United forever in friendship and labour”
10.The Federation of Mexican jeffNew York Times Democracy“The snook is not snoop dog or snoopy, its a fish”
1234. . .89»

Regional Happenings

More...

European Union Regional Message Board

Please sign-up and participate on our active off-site forums - that's where all our regional magic happens!

The link to our forums is in our WFE, but I also have a link for you here: http://nseuropeanunion.com

At the very least, please join us on our discord chat and say hi! You can find the link to the chat on the aforementioned forums. :)

Why you dont make Election a for the prime minister of the European Unión every 6 months, and referéndum to elect de WA delegate, and the other minister?

MORBIDILLO wrote:Why you dont make Election a for the prime minister of the European Unión

Yes! why not, it would be good

This region has 81 members. Not all of these are active or involved. So I propose a representative democracy.

European Parliament

  • Every 4 months (or sooner*), the region elects a European Parliament of 20 members (MEPs). The elections will be by party-list proportional representation with a party or candidate needing 5% of the vote to secure seats, or 8% if two or more parties form electoral alliances. Early elections take place if Parliament votes to dissolve early or the Commission fails a vote of confidence and the Parliament cannot elect a new Commission.

  • Parliament elects a President of the Parliament as its first order of business whenever there is a vacancy and the President presides over all debates and conducts all the votes. The President of the Parliament does not ordinarily vote and votes only to break a tie.

  • Parliament and the Commission can both propose bills which must be approved by Parliament. The stages of a bill are: proposed with sponsors > debate > amendments (if any) > vote > law (if approved). A bill becomes law when it is approved by Parliament and then signed by the President of the Parliament and the President of the Commission.

European Commission (i.e. Government)

  • Parliament elects the European Commission as its second order of business whenever there is none. Parties can negotiate between them who will be President of the European Commission or individual candidates can contest. The President of the Commission is elected by absolute majority of parliament (so 11 of 20 MEPs or 10 of 19 MEPs when you do not include the President of Parliament who does not normally vote).

  • The President of the Commission once elected nominates the other commissioners. Parliament then votes to approve these or not. The President of the Commission is 'first among equals' and sets the direction of that commission.

  • The European Commission is responsible for the good governance of the region. If at any time Parliament deems it is not doing a suitable job it can hold a vote of confidence. If the Commission passes, it continues as normal. If it fails, then Parliament will have 14 days from the vote to elect a new Commission. If it doesn't it dissolves and elections take place.

  • Commissioners serve 4 month terms from the day of their election. They cannot be MEPs so any MEP elected must resign from parliament and the next candidate on their party's list takes their seat. Likewise a candidate for the commission presidency does not have to be a MEP and parties can nominate any one to contest the presidency (or individuals without party affiliation can contest the presidency). If Parliament is dissolved, the Commission becomes a caretaker commission until a new commission is appointed.

Jazira wrote:This region has 81 members. Not all of these are active or involved. So I propose a representative democracy.

European Parliament

  • Every 4 months (or sooner*), the region elects a European Parliament of 20 members (MEPs). The elections will be by party-list proportional representation with a party or candidate needing 5% of the vote to secure seats, or 8% if two or more parties form electoral alliances. Early elections take place if Parliament votes to dissolve early or the Commission fails a vote of confidence and the Parliament cannot elect a new Commission.

  • Parliament elects a President of the Parliament as its first order of business whenever there is a vacancy and the President presides over all debates and conducts all the votes. The President of the Parliament does not ordinarily vote and votes only to break a tie.

  • Parliament and the Commission can both propose bills which must be approved by Parliament. The stages of a bill are: proposed with sponsors > debate > amendments (if any) > vote > law (if approved). A bill becomes law when it is approved by Parliament and then signed by the President of the Parliament and the President of the Commission.

European Commission (i.e. Government)

  • Parliament elects the European Commission as its second order of business whenever there is none. Parties can negotiate between them who will be President of the European Commission or individual candidates can contest. The President of the Commission is elected by absolute majority of parliament (so 11 of 20 MEPs or 10 of 19 MEPs when you do not include the President of Parliament who does not normally vote).

  • The President of the Commission once elected nominates the other commissioners. Parliament then votes to approve these or not. The President of the Commission is 'first among equals' and sets the direction of that commission.

  • The European Commission is responsible for the good governance of the region. If at any time Parliament deems it is not doing a suitable job it can hold a vote of confidence. If the Commission passes, it continues as normal. If it fails, then Parliament will have 14 days from the vote to elect a new Commission. If it doesn't it dissolves and elections take place.

  • Commissioners serve 4 month terms from the day of their election. They cannot be MEPs so any MEP elected must resign from parliament and the next candidate on their party's list takes their seat. Likewise a candidate for the commission presidency does not have to be a MEP and parties can nominate any one to contest the presidency (or individuals without party affiliation can contest the presidency). If Parliament is dissolved, the Commission becomes a caretaker commission until a new commission is appointed.

I appreciate your concern, but we have structures and activity when it comes to THAT kind of government structure on our off-site website. There we have a European Council and European Commission. I hope that addresses your concern.

Post self-deleted by Brussels and Ostbeligen.

Hello!

We Dislike communism. Who is beside me!

Forum View