Democracy, federalism and subsidiarity are central to the debate on the future of Europe:
Of course, everybody, in principle, wants more democracy and subsidiarity, including in "Brussels": EU politicians, authorities and elites time and again declare to be in favour of more citizens' participation and subsidiarity in the European Union. At the same time, these very people ask for more competences for "Brussels"; and they are decisively against European referenda, claiming that the decisions to be taken are too complex for the voters; but in reality probably also because they might not like the citizens' verdict.
Max Frisch: "Democracy means to interfere in one's own affairs".
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The best Government is the one "that teaches us to govern us ourselves".
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