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Oxford: Oxford University Press. Do European elections create a European public sphere? Van der Brug, W. New lines of conflict: European integration and immigration. In: Carsten K. Read more about the condition. About this product. Moreover, the elections were expected to raise public interest, engagement and support for the European project. Did these elections help to increase legitimacy and accountability?

Did they increase interest in and support for the 'European project'? Or, did these elections have unintended and perhaps undesirable consequences? This volume focuses on the consequences of European elections for public debate and involvement, for party systems, and for public opinion. EP elections have caused a number of intended consequences: the salience of the elections in the media has gone up and over time electoral competition becomes more important, engaging in the campaign can help improve EU evaluations, and Europe as a topic has become more important for voting at EP elections, boosting the prevalence of so-called EU voting.

A number of intended consequences have not materialized during the life of the EP so far: knowledge or turnout levels have not gone up and citizens have not become better at judging what political parties are offering.

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The EP elections have, however, also yielded a number of unintended consequences: EP elections dampen turnout for first time voters in subsequent elections, EP elections cause temporary decline in EU support, and the elections have become a strategic arena for political parties to position themselves on EU issues and for new movements and parties to boost or sustain their success. Shipping and handling. The seller has not specified a shipping method to Germany. Contact the seller - opens in a new window or tab and request shipping to your location.

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Charlotte Girard. Sarah Soilihi. Guillaume Balas. Isabelle Thomas. Pierre Serne. Laura Slimani. Pierre Larrouturou. Nora Mebarek. Jean-Marc Germain. Karine Gloanec Maurin. Philippe Naillet. Gabrielle Siry. Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield. Claude Gruffat. Marine Tondelier. Ex- EELV. Laurence Despaux-Farreng. Chrysoula Zacharopoulou. Jean Veil. Louis Giscard d'Estaing. Philippe Laurent. Lydia Guirous. Karine Charbonnier. Bruno North. Maxette Grisoni-Pirbakas.

Jean-Lin Lacapelle. Philippe Vardon. Thibaut de La Tocnaye. Christian Houdet. Cyril Nauth. Wallerand de Saint-Just. Dominique Martin. Julien Sanchez. Jean-Luc Touly. The Trotskyst party describes its goal as a "socialist United States of Europe", advocating for universal freedom of movement for all in order to help those fleeing war and poverty, banning layoffs, increasing wages by at least euros, indexing wages and pensions to inflation, and abolishing the EU's Directive on the Protection of Trade Secrets.

The PCF calls for a "European minimum wage system", banning offshoring , cracking down on tax evasion achieved through foreign domiciles, creating a form of public service dedicated to "energy renovation", developing an "ecologically sustainable industrial strategy", issuing " humanitarian visas " near sites of origin, revising the Dublin Regulation to end the "first safe country" requirement, and increasing the involvement of national parliaments in EU policymaking. On ecology, it proposes the creation of a "green rule" i.

Other proposals include the creation of a "European aid and rescue corps" in the Mediterranean to end migrant deaths at sea. Hamon's list calls for a " Green New Deal ", providing billion euros per year towards the ecological transition including a shift to organic farming using Common Agricultural Policy funds and a border tax on non-organic imports , a European wealth tax and minimum wage, and "moving towards" a continental universal basic income through a robot tax.

The movement, which also claims the helm of ecology, advocates for creating a European environmental court and outlawing endocrine disruptors and fracking. Proposals of the common list include a European Finance-Climate Pact with billion euros per year in funding dedicated to the ecological transition, focused on renovating outdated buildings, expanding the use of renewable energy, and a kerosene tax on European aviation. With regard to immigration, the PS—Place Publique list plans include a "European version" of the Mediterranean rescue operation, abolishing the Dublin Regulation , and issuance of " humanitarian visas and legal channels for migration".

EELV aims to create a zero-carbon economy , end support for fossil fuels, eliminate free trade agreements including CETA , implement a "green protectionism" including a "socio-environmental border tax", create of a European bank for "climate and diversity" with billion euros per year in funding dedicated to " eco-sufficiency , energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainable transport ", and develop a "social fund for the ecological transition" financed by a financial transaction tax.

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It also proposes environmental courts to prosecute environmental crimes, eliminating the usage of toxins e. The Renaissance list calls for a European minimum wage corresponding to each country's relative purchasing power, reforming the Posted Workers Directive , creating a continental digital tax on large firms to clamp down on tax evasion within the EU, investing at least 1 trillion euros "to develop clean energy and transport, renovate housing and accompany the retraining of workers and sectors in transition", creating a "European climate bank" to direct funds towards "green growth" and carbon taxation of foreign products, the "harmonization of asylum criteria", increasing the number of border personnel, strengthening the Schengen Area , empowering the European Parliament with the right of legislative initiative , and reducing the number of European Commissioners.

The UDI supports "harmonization" of corporate taxation, reinforcing the Common Agricultural Policy by abolishing the UK rebate , creating a Livret E in the same vein as the Livret A to fund "major environmental projects", as well as identifying "alternatives" to glyphosate and copper sulphate , fighting terrorism by establishing a European FBI, migration agency, and "cyber army".

With regard to institutional changes, the UDI proposes the end of unanimity requirements, requiring European Commissioners to receive the backing of at least 40 MEPs, the direct election of the president of the European Council , and creation of a "European citizens' referendum". Proposals of the LR list include creating a "European and French" preference over foreign products similar to the Buy American Act , ensuring reciprocal access to foreign public procurement markets, fully funding the Common Agricultural Policy budget, restoring community preference "in the agricultural sector", amending the Posted Workers Directive , imposing anti-pollution custom duties on countries that fail to meet environmental or social standards, modifying the Schengen Borders Code to account for the "restoration of internal border controls", processing asylum applications outside of the EU, ending new migrant reception structures, tripling the Frontex budget, returning migrant boats to ports of origin, and maintaining a common register of deportees.

It also opposes the further expansion of the EU or Schengen, calls for making Strasbourg the sole seat of the European Parliament , and limiting the authority of the Commission and instead delegating its responsibilities to the European Parliament and Council of the European Union. The souverainist platform also calls for the restoration of national border controls with the abolition of the Schengen Area , deportation of "illegal immigrants and foreign criminals", and ending immigration via family reunification.

Though it does not advocate for the departure of France from the EU , it does support the dissolution of the European Commission , granting veto power to any of the five most populous EU nations France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Poland , and to make French the official working language of the EU after Brexit. The RN advocates for "an economic patriotism", seeking to repeal the Posted Workers Directive , replace the Common Agricultural Policy with a "French agricultural policy", and changing the mandates of the European Central Bank abandoning its past support of leaving the Eurozone.

It also emphasizes the restoration of "national border controls", ending legal immigration, expelling sans-papiers and "foreign Islamists", and shutting down "radical mosques". The Patriots, the party of ex-FN vice president Florian Philippot, is principally focused on Frexit to regain control over national borders; most of its proposals are concerned with national issues e.

It also backs the citizens' initiative referendum RIC , a principal demand of the yellow vests movement , and proportional representation in all elections. The UPR, which also advocates for the departure of France from the EU , which it argues would allow the country to end offshoring, target tax evasion, and improve export competitiveness, and also argues for the French departure from NATO to reassert the "military and diplomatic independence" of France and empowerment of voters through citizens' initiative referenda RIC. Prenez le pouvoir, liste soutenue par Marine Le Pen. Debout la France!

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