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Old 02-08-2012, 07:15 PM   #23
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Default Re: French Presidential Elections 2012

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Originally Posted by Grassquet View Post
People advocating the exit of the euro (for France) are not serious and even quite dangerous. Backlashes of this decision would be terrible for France.
Euro is dead anyway. Apparently Germany's reprinting marks. They might be the first to exit.

And the situation now is not terrible? 400 suicide a year among farmers, isn't that terrible?



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Originally Posted by Black Adam
I wonder if Villepin will get his revenge on Sarko and run for the top job.
He will. 1% according to the latest polls.


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Originally Posted by Jimnik
The EU's biggest flaw is the lack of accountability. The unelected European commission has more power than the elected European Parliament. The easiest solution would be to transfer power from the commission to the parliament so voters can be held responsible for their choices.
Euro MP's voted the "Six-Pack" last September, which means they agreed about sanctioning (0.1% of GDP, which means 2 billion € for France) a member state of the Euro zone that does not implement the measures that had been recommended by the Commission.

They're disqualified !
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