What is the aim of the Treaty for Democratization, and why do we need to create a European Assembly?

November 27, 2018 12:15 pm Published by

The aim of the Treaty for Democratization (TDEM) is to give citizens the opportunity to reduce inequalities and to set up genuine social, fiscal and environmental justice in Europe. To date, European integration has primarily benefited the most powerful and most mobile economic and financial agents: major multinationals, households with high incomes and high assets.

By creating a European Assembly, the States who so wish put themselves in a position to tax fairly the most prosperous actors and thus to finance a common budget enabling the establishment of a European model based on equitable, social and environmental development. This is impossible in the framework of the present institutions, in particular because of the right of veto of each country preventing any common fiscal policy.

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