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New Legal Challenge To EFSF

Oh Mein Gott and Oh Neins

A new parliamentary panel being set up in Germany to provide speedy approval of future rescue measures by the euro rescue fund may be in breach of constitutional rules.

A study commissioned by the opposition suggests the committee will not provide adequate say for politicians in multibillion-euro bailouts.

New Challenge Could Be Launched at Highest Court

But the study, undertaken by legal experts and commissioned by a member of parliament from the opposition center-left Social Democrats, Swen Schulz, has cast doubt on whether the panel will preserve an adequate degree of parliamentary sovereignty.

"Delegating this authority to a special body shifts responsibility onto a small number of people and obstructs the involvement of all members of parliament in the parliamentary process," the study says. Schulz is now considering taking the matter to the Constitutional Court, which is Germany's highest judicial authority. "A nine-member panel can't replace the Bundestag in such an important question," he says.

Someone has to stop the rot.

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Is there any legal way in which we can stop George Osborne handing over our money to bankrupt countries?

The UK doesn't have a clear, written consitution, and there is no equivalent of the German Constitutional Court, so probably not, no.

Mass protest and lobbying is probably the only thing that can be done; the chances of large protests being mobilised, especially as we get into the Winter, are pretty much nil, and given previous govts willingness to do illegal, unpopular things (e.g.) Iraq War in the face of mass discontent, the Tory right are probably our only hope.

It's a terrifying state of affairs when you have to rely on John Redwood and Norman Tebbit for sensible policy responses.

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The UK doesn't have a clear, written consitution, and there is no equivalent of the German Constitutional Court, so probably not, no.

Mass protest and lobbying is probably the only thing that can be done; the chances of large protests being mobilised, especially as we get into the Winter, are pretty much nil, and given previous govts willingness to do illegal, unpopular things (e.g.) Iraq War in the face of mass discontent, the Tory right are probably our only hope.

It's a terrifying state of affairs when you have to rely on John Redwood and Norman Tebbit for sensible policy responses.

Nigel Farage was seen as a bit of a nutter. And yet we now see that he was the only sane one in Europe. And he is right too, the people in charge are very dangerous.

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A study commissioned by the opposition suggests the committee will not provide adequate say for politicians in multibillion-euro bailouts.

Is the German opposition starting to smell blood on the whole PIIGS bailout issue?

This could prove Merkel's undoing, the writing is on the wall.

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Is there any legal way in which we can stop George Osborne handing over our money to bankrupt countries?

Persuade a majority of MPs to vote against the government in a no confidence motion. On a longer timescale, vote for someone other than the Tory candidate in 2015. But I doubt that you would find his (presumably Labour) replacement to be more to your liking.

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Nigel Farage was seen as a bit of a nutter. And yet we now see that he was the only sane one in Europe. And he is right too, the people in charge are very dangerous.

You can be against a bunch of nutters and still be a nutter yourself. Both the EU and Nigel Farage are nutters, just different ones.

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Persuade a majority of MPs to vote against the government in a no confidence motion. On a longer timescale, vote for someone other than the Tory candidate in 2015. But I doubt that you would find his (presumably Labour) replacement to be more to your liking.

SOOOOOoooooo BNP?

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New Legal Challenge To EFSF

Oh Mein Gott and Oh Neins

Someone has to stop the rot.

indeed.

time to cut the crap.

germany DID embark on a very deliberately low interest rate policy for two reasons.

1)to cause defecit to the rest of europe

2)to artificially bolster its export facilities to the detriment of everybody else.

(also to quietly re-militarise while provoking conflict/civil unrest against it's opponents to weaken them prior to an attack)...this one is still work in progress,but we are watching).........this bit was quite well anticipated by one of ron reagans former advisers

and they had italian help.

this is not just in the sphere of trade and commerce directly(but also indirectly by other "appointments" from holy roman plants,intent on destroying -mainly the anglo saxon-power base,by de-industialisation,targetted smear campaigns on domestic goods(even sporting events),disruption of foreign and international relations and debasement of both currency and skillbase)

they even had to try black magic on our money.........

this is not by chance,and it ain't god doing it,but the influence behind this plan is most certainly driven by evil,vindictive on a scale not natural to normal human beings.

however,there does seem to be some force that despises the use of such underhand and foul deeds and ends up throwing them back double what they gave out in the first place.

evil be to him who evil thinks.

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indeed.

time to cut the crap.

germany DID embark on a very deliberately low interest rate policy for two reasons.

1)to cause defecit to the rest of europe

2)to artificially bolster its export facilities to the detriment of everybody else.

(also to quietly re-militarise while provoking conflict/civil unrest against it's opponents to weaken them prior to an attack)...this one is still work in progress,but we are watching).........this bit was quite well anticipated by one of ron reagans former advisers

and they had italian help.

this is not just in the sphere of trade and commerce directly(but also indirectly by other "appointments" from holy roman plants,intent on destroying -mainly the anglo saxon-power base,by de-industialisation,targetted smear campaigns on domestic goods(even sporting events),disruption of foreign and international relations and debasement of both currency and skillbase)

they even had to try black magic on our money.........

this is not by chance,and it ain't god doing it,but the influence behind this plan is most certainly driven by evil,vindictive on a scale not natural to normal human beings.

however,there does seem to be some force that despises the use of such underhand and foul deeds and ends up throwing them back double what they gave out in the first place.

evil be to him who evil thinks.

Injin is perfectly sane compared to you, fortunately in all these years on HPC you have been consistently wrong with your warmongering forecasts.

Wake up, you are still stuck in the early 20th century, this is no war between countries, this is a war between the top 0.1% and the rest of us!!

Oracle my ass... <_< You need to get out more, get some sun and fresh air! :D

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