Skip to comments.EU Commission prepares ground for far-reaching economic powers
Posted on 03/23/2013 11:18:59 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The European Commission has started preparing the ground for legislation that would prevent member states from undertaking major tax, labor or financial reforms without running it by the commission and other governments first.
In an ideas paper published Wednesday (20 March), the commission said this ex-ante coordination should concern major national economic reform plans and should take place at an early stage before the measures are adopted.
The suggested scope of covered policies would implicate virtually all national government legislationincluding competitiveness and employment laws, reforms that cover product and services markets, as well as those affecting tax systems and network industries.
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A final, desperate power grab before the collapse.
Representative government is dead in Europe.
The financial crisis was engineered to allow power grabs like this. They have something up their sleeve.
Yep, the next few weeks will be telling.
Ireland and Cyprus are frequently criticized for their low corporate taxes, while the Belgian government recently indicated it would complain to the European Commission about Germany's low wages.The advantage of low corporate taxation disappeared when both Ireland and Cyprus gave up their own currencies and joined the eurowhich is an imperial currency.
“...to behave more as one political and economic entity.”
The idea all along. In a few years, we will have a caliphate AND a fascist Europe headquartered in Brussels but run by unelected bureaucrats and politicians. This world is going to take a nasty turn for the worse.