Let us democratize the public apparatus of the European Union!
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To the European Parliament
in order to democratize
the public apparatus
of the European Union

Estimated Members of the European Parliament,

I present you my most respectful and warm regards.

I am here specifically asking that the European Parliament democratize the public apparatus of the European Union.

Estimated Members, you certainly know the meaning and sense of the two words: Res Publica. Well, the public jobs inside the organization itself of the European Union are fundamental part of an EUROPEAN RES PUBLICA: they are a common property, they can be given only temporaneosly. Please, let me rephrase it: the jobs of the public apparatus of the European Union cannot be given to some individuals for their whole working life.

We cannot accept that a prime minister or a head of state or a deputy be appointed for life. So why we should accept that some hold as their personal, private property, jobs, powers and incomes that are equally public therefore a common property to be enjoyed together?

Estimated Members, Europe cannot be a property owned by public careerists, the known bureaucrats/eurocrats. Europe belongs to all the european citizens and all we must have the possibility to participate (in ordered way, for a fixed period, according to personal skills and desires) to the jobs of the public apparatus of the European Union.

Peoples of the single Countries inside the European Union have been shamefully deceived for decades by the public careerists who have inculcated us a very weak democracy that has kept the public apparatuses exactly as they were under fascism: in the eternal hands of public careerists, of tyrants. The single Countries of the European Union will think independently what to do about this.

But Europe is our NEW GREAT COUNTRY. Every european citizen must have the possibility to participate to a nascent Democratic European Public Employment: granted exclusively with temporary mandate. The periodic dismissal, the removal after a certain time from a public job or charge, is the base of a real democracy and great act of civility. Because avoids bloody revolutions to oust the tyrants.

Dismissal, removal are not bad words. They talk about a miraculous act.

It is not the vote the basis of democracy, but the temporary mandate!
The vote follows the temporary mandate, does not precede it.

I pray therefore the European Parliament to re-organize (not in the next century but now, because all you have decades of delay) the employment system of the public apparatus of the European Union, in order to democratize it through a periodic renewal of all the employees. Be Europe like it must be and a bright example for its single States.

Many thanks for your attention.

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