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RolStoppable said:
I don't think there's anything to worry about as far as distribution of seats goes. Centrists, center-right, center-left and greens should easily secure the majority and these parties are usually able to work out compromises.

The biggest problem remains Germany who have a habit of blocking all kind of things that would be great for the people of Europe, such as forcing huge companies to pay their taxes and providing transparency about their revenues in individual countries, and better regulations to preserve the environment.

Yeah, but not so much the members of european parliament (although there are enough morons), but mostly thorugh the german government and the european commission.



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