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Flags of Slovakia and the EU in Bratislava
13-09-2016
15/ 16 September 2016: Citizens‘ Action in Bratislava
Democracy International cordially invites all journalists to come to the Dome for Democracy in Bratislava on 15 / 16 September. The Dome is to demonstrate that there is urgent need to make the EU more democratic. The...
German chancellor Merkel and UK Prime Minister Cameron. Photo courtesy of Facundo Arrizabalaga/AP Photo.
29-06-2016
Merkel’s no to EU Convention is crucial mistake
At the informal EU talks in Brussels on 29 June 2016, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected civil society’s demands for a new EU Convention by stating there would be no EU treaty changes following Brexit. This...
24-06-2016
Now Europe needs a democratic re-start
The vote in the United Kingdom on EU membership on 23rd June shows that referendums must be desigend better and that the European Union now completely needs to be democratically reformed. This is Democracy International...
14-06-2016
Brexit: Democratic analysis and criticism
On 23 June 2016, approximately 50 million eligible citizens will decide whether the United Kingdom is to remain in the EU or to leave the Union. Besides British people residing in the UK, also citizens from the Republic...
Photo by Michael Erhardsson, all rights reserved
06-04-2016
EU Commission blocks democratic reform
On Wednesday 6 April 2016, the organisations Democracy International, The ECI Campaign and Mehr Demokratie e.V. launched a petition to protest against the European Commission’s unwillingness to reform the European...
05-04-2016
First citizen-initiated referendum in the Netherlands
On 6 April 2016, the Netherlands’ 12 million eligible citizens will decide in a national referendum on whether to correct the Dutch Parliament’s decision to approve the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. Following its...
Direct democracy in action in Switzerland (Photo by swissinfo.ch)
28-02-2016
“Enforcement Initiative” fails in Switzerland
On 28 February 2016, 58,9 per cent of Swiss voters opted against a citizens’ initiative that called for the automatic expulsion of non-Swiss offenders convicted of certain crimes. The turnout of 63 per cent was...
Direct democracy in action in Switzerland (Photo by swissinfo.ch)
22-02-2016
Swiss “Enforcement Initiative” threatens “rule of law”
Switzerland’s 5.2 million eligible voters have until next Sunday, 28 February, to vote in a national referendum on the so-called “Enforcement Initiative” launched by the Swiss People’s Party (SVP). This citizens’...
German chancellor Merkel and UK Prime Minister Cameron. Photo courtesy of Facundo Arrizabalaga/AP Photo.
19-02-2016
The EU needs a complete democratic re-start now
The compromise struck on 19 February between UK Prime Minister David Cameron and EU leaders on UK's relationship with the EU demonstrates that the European Union requires a complete democratic re-start. Instead of...
The official logo of the UN climate conference 2015 in Paris
04-12-2015
Global referendum should follow UN Climate Treaty
From 30 November to 11 December 2015, leaders of all UN member states are convening in Paris, France, to negotiate a legally binding and universal agreement on climate protection. Following more than 20 years of...

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