We demand an end to secretive public service legislation: Any EU-law should be supported by 75% of the member countries in the Council AND a simple majority in the European Parliament. Case law (through the ECJ) must be stopped or otherwise be approved by the Council and the EP.
All meetings in the EU should be public, unless a decision (open to criticism) is taken to make them private. All documents should be available to the public, unless specifically made secret. The names of all participants in the working groups should be published online, unless individual participants are protected through a substantiated exception.
Information regarding all expenses based on funds from the taxpayers should be freely available online, unless a specific –and substantiated– exception is made for a given case.
Unnecessary laws and subsidies must be stopped. We urge the introduction of a termination clause so that rules and subsidy schemes are automatically discontinued, unless explicitly renewed.
Elections are required in all leading offices just as in regular democracies. The President and the Commissioners should be accountable to the publicly elected politicians in the European Parliament and the national parliaments. Let each country choose its own Commissioner, at the same time and in the same manner as they elect their members of the European Parliament.
We demand minimum regulation instead of standardisation through total harmonisation. Member States come first.
Give the elected MEPs an appropriate salary through the front door! Stop the extra pay through back door travel allowances and appointments. We must clean up the European Parliament, so that it will get the authority and legitimacy to do the same in all European Institutions. Let electronic voting show how the members vote at all times.
Stop wasting millions of Euros with meetings in both Brussels and Strasbourg! The Parliament can, on its own, decide to hold all sessions in Brussels.
EU propaganda expenses must come to an end. The Media must be allowed to cover all European institutions freely. They should be given unrestricted access to all buildings and necessary facilities.
We demand a new and simple "Basic Treaty" that must be sent for referendums in all member countries at the same time. It must not be complicated; prime ministers must read and understand the treaty before signing it.