Lögbrot ESB á Írlandi

Sunnudaginn 27. september, fimm dögum fyrir ţjóđaratkvćđagreiđsluna á Írlandi um Lissabon samninginn, lét Framkvćmdastjórn ESB (EU Commission) dreifa 16 síđna bćklingi međ sunnudagsblöđunum írsku inn á írsk heimili: Your Guide To The Lisbon Treaty.

Ekki ađeins eru ţessi afskipti brot á reglum Evrópusambandsins, heldur voru sumar upplýsingar rangar, annađ var fegrađ og enn öđru vísvitandi sleppt. Allt í áróđursskyni.

Hér er grein sem Jens-Peter Bonde skrifađi um máliđ. Fyrri hluti greinarinnar er um skipan Framkvćmdastjórnar, en rekinn var hrćđsluáróđur um minnkandi ítök Íra ef ţeir segđu ekki "já" í atkvćđagreiđslunni. Ţeim hluta er ađ mestu sleppt hér, en síđari hlutinn, sem á ótvírćtt erindi til Íslendinga, er birtur óstyttur.

Upplýsingar um höfundinn eru neđanmáls. Leturbreytingar eru ađ mestu úr upprunalega textanum.

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The European Commission acts illegally in Ireland

By Jens-Peter Bonde

jens-peter bondeOn Sunday 27 September the European Commission placed a 16-page propaganda supplement in all Irish newspapers as a paid insert. This is an unlawful use of European taxpayer`s money, since the European Commission has no competence whatever in the ratification of treaties.

The Commission is positively misleading on the single topic it should know best about, the appointment of the Commission itself.

"Contrary to the existing (Nice) Treaty, the Commission will continue to be formed of one Commissioner from every Member State", the first page of the Introduction states.

On the contrary, the Nice Treaty provides in Art. 213.1 TEC: "The Commission must include at least one national of each of the Member States". This is the law today. The European Commission`s statement about the Nice Treaty is simply false.

(Nćstu 9 málsgreinum sleppt hér. Ţćr eru um skipan framkvćmdastjórnar ESB.)

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It is also worth noting that the non-elected Commission finds no space in its 16 pages to explain how it will increase its powers and its monopoly of initiating EU laws in a wide range of new areas.

It does not explain how the new Art. 290 TFEU gives new implementing powers to itself.

It does not explain how Art. 217.7 TFEU may permit the Commission to change international agreements without the approval of the elected members of any parliament.

It does not mention the most important change regarding the Commission, its own mode of appointment. Under Nice each member state Government "proposes" its "own" Commissioner. Under Lisbon they can only put forward "suggestions".

The decision on who will come from each country will lie with the Commission President and 20 of 27 Prime Ministers representing 65 % of the EU`s population.

This radical and important change will make the Commission even less accountable to voters than it is today. It replaces the present bottom-up procedure by a top-down one post-Lisbon.

There is not a word about this in the Commission`s supplement.

The content is hand-picked for Irish voters. The new clause on "distortion of competition"on taxes in Art. 113 TFEU and the new Art. 311 TFEU providing for new taxes for the EU itself are disguised by the sentence: "...it protects the rights of each Member State, especially in sensitive areas such as taxation and defence".

The supplement entirely ignores the new "solidarity"clause on mutual defence in Art. 42.7 TEU and the clause requiring states "progressively to improve their military capabilities" in Art. 42.3 TEU.

There is not a word on the most important change in the Treaty, the shift of voting power from small to big member states.

Under Lisbon, the six largest member states will increase their share of the vote in the Council from 49% today to over 70%. The 21 smallest countries will reduce their combined share from 51% to less than 30%.

Irelandwill halve its vote from 2.0% today to 0.9%.

This is being kept secret from Irish voters in all public information being issued to them - paid for by their own taxpayer`s money- before their Lisbon referendum re-run on this Friday, 2 October 2009.

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Höfundurinn, Jens-Peter Bonde, sat á Evrópuţinginu fyrir Danmörku í 29 ár, en lét af ţingmennsku í maí á síđasta ári. Hann hefur gefiđ út Lissabon samninginn, í lćsilegri útgáfu fyrir almenning. Hćgt er ađ sćkja ritiđ ókeypis á vef hans: "The Lisbon Treaty: Reader-friendly Edition"

Hinn ólöglega áróđursbćkling má finna hér í 20 síđna pdf-útgáfu.

Umfjöllun eftir John Anthony Coughlan er ađ finna hér og fyrir neđan hana er greinin eftir Jens-Peter Bonde í heild.

 


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1 Smámynd: Tómas Ibsen Halldórsson

Er ekki kominn tími fyrir Íra ađ ákveđa nýjan kjördag ? ţar sem ţeir fá ađ kjósa enn á ný um "Lissabonsáttmálann", lesist: stjórnarskrá ESB.

Tómas Ibsen Halldórsson, 6.11.2009 kl. 13:08

2 Smámynd: Valdimar Samúelsson

takk fyrir ţessar upplýsingar en samt er ég skíthrćddur um ađ áróđur hér verđi okkur ađ falli. Viđ erum međ svo marga sértrúar flokka sem halda ađ ESB sé alheimurinn. Ţeir ná yngstu međ undirróđri og ţegjandi og hljóđlaust ţ.e. međ neđanjarđarstarfssemi.

Valdimar Samúelsson, 6.11.2009 kl. 13:22

3 Smámynd: Haraldur Hansson

Takk fyrir innlitiđ og athugasemdirnar.

Mađur ćtti ađ taka saman helstu punktana á íslensku og setja í eitt lítiđ blogg. Kannski ég geri ţađ. Áróđur af ţessu tagi er pólitískt ofbeldi.

Haraldur Hansson, 6.11.2009 kl. 17:44

4 Smámynd: Ingibjörg Guđrún Magnúsdóttir

Já takk, segi ég líka. Ţađ vćri virđingarvert ef ţú gćtir og hefđir tíma til ađ fćra ţetta yfir á íslensku, og viđ öll sem látum okkur sjálfstćđi okkar varđa, höldum augum okkar og eyrum vakandi yfir ţessu, og látum til okkar heyra á ţann hátt sem hćgt er hverju sinni. Hef lesiđ ađeins af skrifum ţínum Haraldur, og hafđu ţökk fyrir ţau.  Takk.

Ingibjörg Guđrún Magnúsdóttir, 7.11.2009 kl. 12:57

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