Hstrike28 karma2019-01-06 15:20:35 UTC
My Russian professor told my class that only tourists take the Trans-Siberian, because Russians prefer the plane. Did you meet any Russian passengers on the train?
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Hstrike4 karma2016-12-01 04:22:14 UTC
No, not nothing.
Laws pass through the Commission - whose members are appointed by the people you elect in your country and the European Parliament - whose members you directly elect.
Let's stop pretending that the EU is undemocratic and that you can't do anything as a citizen. Lobbying happens in your local and national parliament too.
You can write to your EU and/or local representatives, start an interest group to change the future law, join one interest group, vote/withdraw your vote, or protest. You live in a democracy, buddy.
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