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Juncker propone di unificare le due maggiori cariche dell’Unione Europea.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-02-12.

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Chi si fosse illuso che i liberal ed i socialisti ideologici dell’Unione Europea avessero quietamente e democraticamente accettato la impressionante serie di sconfitte elettorali subite nel corso dell’ultimo anno dovrebbe ricredersi, ed anche velocemente.

Mr Juncker sta passando il suo tempo nella ricerca di perpetuare il predominio liberal nonostante questi abbiano perso la maggioranza dell’elettorato.

Al solito, si porge la classica mela avvelenata, nella speranza che la grande complicatezza delle strutture dell’Unione Europea mascheri a sufficienza il gioco di potere.

Andiamo con ordine.

Abbiamo già riferito dello Spitzenkandidaten system, usato per la nomina di Mr Juncker.

L’ultima carognata dei socialisti. Spitzenkandidaten nel PE.

«Spitzenkandidat literally means top candidate or party list leader. The German word entered the European Union lexicon in 2013 after the centre left Party of European Socialists committed itself to naming a Spitzenkandidat for the next EU parliamentary elections. The Spitzenkandidat would then become the party’s choice for the EU’s most high-profile job – European Commission president. The PES has argued that picking a Spitzenkandidat would democratise the process of selecting the commission president. But the concept only gained momentum in December 2013 when the centre right European People’s Party decided to do the same, despite the objections of some of its high profile leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel.» [Financial Times]

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Mr Juncker intende presentare un nuovo piano, ufficialmente per razionalizzare un pochino i processi direttivi e decisionali dell’Unione Europea.

«Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker floated this option last year, when he said such a move would lead to a “massive boost in efficiency” and ensure the EU institutional landscape is clearer»

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«The European Union’s executive arm plans next week to propose merging the bloc’s two top positions in a bid to strengthen its global representation»

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«The draft plan includes the option of combining the presidencies of the commission and of the European Council, which is the body of national government leaders»

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«The proposal, which will be considered by member states and the European Parliament, will also likely suggest keeping the “Spitzenkandidaten” process for designating the commission chief»

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Per un approfondimento legale su questa proposta, rimandiamo a quanto esposto in:

Francesco Martinelli. Manuale di Diritto dell’Unione Europea. 2017. Simone. Napoli.

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Il motivo della proposta è banale.

«The first use of the Spitzenkandidaten model established a new modus operandi of the EP at the expense of the European Council, which now has to appoint the lead candidate whose party won most seats in the European elections»

Avendo quasi perso la maggioranza in seno al Consiglio di Europa, Mr Juncker gioca la carta di unificare in un’unica persona la carica di Presidente della Commissione e quella di Presidente del Consiglio Europeo.

Se la nomina dovesse avvenire non con quell’usuale sistema elettorale così tipico delle democrazie, bensì con lo Spitzenkandidaten system, in pratica la nuova figura sarebbe eletta dei seguaci di Frau Merkel, sempre che all’epoca essa possa ancora esistere politicamente.

Il suo potere sarebbe immenso, da un punto di vista legale ben superiore a quello che aveva Mr Benito Mussolini in seno all’allora Parlamento Italiano.

Una sola ultima considerazione.

Nell’Unione Europea si parla tanto della ‘democrazia’ ma in pratica nessuno dei governanti liberal vuole confrontarsi con il test elettorale, strumento cardine di ogni sistema che voglia chiamarsi democratico.

Fatto si è che nel caso, perderebbero le elezioni.


Bloomberg. 2018-02-10. Juncker to Float Merging Top EU Jobs, Source Says

– Double-hatted job of Commission-Council chief among proposals

– EU Commission to present plan for EU institutional reform

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The European Union’s executive arm plans next week to propose merging the bloc’s two top positions in a bid to strengthen its global representation, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

The European Commission, whose current five-year term ends in late 2019, is due on Feb. 14 to outline scenarios for EU institutional changes over the coming years. The draft plan includes the option of combining the presidencies of the commission and of the European Council, which is the body of national government leaders, according to the person, who spoke on condition of anonymity, in line with policy.

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker floated this option last year, when he said such a move would lead to a “massive boost in efficiency” and ensure the EU institutional landscape is clearer. The EU’s 28 nations, whose leaders’ summits are chaired by Donald Tusk, are split over the impact of any merger.

The proposal, which will be considered by member states and the European Parliament, will also likely suggest keeping the “Spitzenkandidaten” process for designating the commission chief. It involves the selection by Europe’s main political families of lead candidates for the post and an agreement before EU Parliament elections to give the job to the candidate whose party wins the most seats. In 2014, Juncker was the candidate of the European People’s Party, which includes German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, and won most seats at the European Parliament.

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