Re: Judgement Day for Bercow
Originally Posted by Realist
As I have explained before, we are signed up to the Lisbon Treaty and have been since 2009. That Treaty effectively abolishes our UK political parties and thus our parliament as a whole. Westminster was effectively abolished at that moment. Thus what we have had since then is just an illusion. Our MPs have been left in place to pacify the populous and conceal the fact that the Lisbon Treaty abolished Westminster. Under the Treaty the only political parties that can represent the will of the citizens in the EU are European Level Parties
. The definition of those are parties which represent MULTIPLE MEMBER STATES. There is one view that suggests this means at least 10 member states.
The UK political parties of course only represent ONE member state, the UK. So they do not qualify as European Level Parties.
Your post shows limited understanding. A simple google search:
The*political groups of the European Parliament*are the*parliamentary groups*of the*European Parliament. The European Parliament is unique among supranational assemblies in that*its members*(MEPs) organise themselves into ideological groups as in traditional national legislatures. The members of other supranational assemblies form national groups.*The political groups of the European Parliament are usually the formal representation of a*European political party*in the Parliament. In other cases, they are*political coalitions*of a number of European parties, national parties, and*independent politicians.
The political groups of the European Parliament are strictly forbidden to campaign during the European elections since this is the exclusive responsibility of the*European political parties.*Each political group is assumed to have a set of core principles, and political groups that cannot demonstrate this may be disbanded (see*below).