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EUROPEAN ELECTIONS JUNE 2024

IUSTITIA EUROPE will stand in the EUROPEAN ELECTIONS of June 2024 because:

1.- EUROPE is becoming the vehicle used by international organizations such as the UN and other supranational organizations to impose coercive measures on citizens

2.- A continuous roller coaster is applied in the European Parliament between the different political groups, where the sovereignty of the states is lost to the detriment of a false democracy..

3.- Regulations and Directives are approved every day in Europe against water, the countryside, health, loss of rights under the false banner of sustainable development.

Why has the time come for European citizens?

EUROPE IS IN NEED OF CITIZENS’ MOVEMENTS DEFENDING THE EUROPEAN PEOPLE and DEFENDING THEMSELVES. European politicians are subjugated to the parliamentary groups, and to the new world order, being absolute puppets of their decisions. The time has come for citizens to have a voice in the European Parliament.

Why does IUSTITIA EUROPE NOT present itself as a political party?

IUSTITIA EUROPA, will be constituted as a GROUPE OF ELECTORS when the European elections of 2024 are officially called. It must be under this citizen formula, in which we all participate in the defense of our human rights in the face of the Eurocracy and bureaucracy that is currently being experienced within the European Union. Under the umbrella of AGRUPACIÓN, all of us citizens are temporarily associated with the sole purpose of defending our most basic rights, UNITED FOR A COMMON PURPOSE.. In addition, IUSTITIA EUROPE will reject the public form as a form of financing, which leads to the construction of public parties and public power structures.

Why does IUSTITIA EUROPE not participate in the current European political movements?

IUSTITIA EUROPE is non-partisan because the current political parties, and their rulers, are the ones who have led us to a Europe sold out to the new world order, under the umbrella of the new human right of sustainable development, when the reality is that it is about imposing an order that deprives individuals of their human rights.

Why is IUSTITIA EUROPE standing for election to the European Parliament in 2024?

The greatest restrictions on human rights are driven from the EU through European regulations. Such as Regulation 953/2021 and 1034/2022, imposed in the EU, for two years, the EU DIGITAL COVID-19 CERTIFICATE, which was the method of coercing the population to be vaccinated against covid-19. Likewise, laws are passed every day that harm fundamental rights, such as digital identity, digital certificates, artificial intelligence, education, agriculture, livestock or fishing…

Every day it becomes more evident that EUROPE is the vehicle used by international organizations such as the UN, and other supranational organizations, to impose coercive measures on citizens; a continuous roller coaster is applied in the European Parliament between the different political groups, where the sovereignty of the states is lost to the detriment of a false democracy.

How do the EU INSTITUTIONS work?

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION

HEADQUARTERS: Brussels (Belgium).

What is it? It is the executive and legislative body of the EU It is made up of 28 commissions (MINISTRIES headed by MINISTERS), one for each member country.

In short, it drafts laws and sends proposals to the European Parliament for approval, and administers the EU budget. Current president. Ursula Von der Leyen.

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

HEADQUARTERS: Brussels (Belgium) and Strasbourg (France).

COMPOSITION: 751 MEPs from the 28 member countries. Originally a consultative assembly, it is now responsible for voting on almost all laws proposed by the Commission.

The European Parliament is the legislative body of the EU.

He is directly elected by EU voters every five years.

Powers: Parliament performs three main functions:

a) Legislative powersEU: Adopts EU legislation, together with the Council of the European Union, on the basis of proposals from the European Commission. Decides on international agreements. Decides on extensions. Reviews the Commission’s work program and requests the Commission to develop proposals for legislation.

b) Supervisory powersThe EU: Exercises democratic control over all EU institutions. It elects the Chairman of the Committee and approves the Committee as a college, and may pass a motion of censure, forcing the Committee to resign. It approves the discharge of the budget, i.e., the approval of the way in which the EU budgets have been spent. Examines citizens’ requests and conducts investigations. Monetary policy discussion with the European Central Bank It asks questions from the Commission and the Council. It is in charge of electoral observation.

c) Budgetary powers: Establishes the EU budget together with the Council.s: Approves the EU’s long-term budget (“multiannual financial framework”). Composition: The number of MEPs for each country is roughly proportional to its population, although a degressive proportionality is followed, which implies that no country can have less than 6 nor more than 96 MEPs, and with the total number of MEPs not exceeding 705 (704 plus the President). Members of the European Parliament are grouped by political affinities and not by nationalities.

The President represents the Parliament before the other EU institutions and abroad, and gives final approval to the EU budget. Operation: Parliament’s work consists of two main stages:

In committees: legislation is prepared. The Parliament has twenty committees and three subcommittees, each of which deals with a specific policy area. The committees examine proposed legislation, and MEPs and political groups may table amendments or propose the rejection of a bill. These issues are also the subject of debate in the political grou

In plenary sessions: legislation is approved. The plenary session is the time when all Members of the European Parliament gather in the chamber for the final vote on proposed legislation and proposed amendments. They are usually held in Strasbourg for four days a month, but sometimes there are also additional sessions in Brussels.

THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL

Without any executive or legislative power, but it points out the POLITICAL IDEA of the EU. Protocol institution with little function in the EU.

THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK

Headquartered in Frankfurt, it sets fiscal guidelines for the euro zone.

THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION.

Headquartered in Luxembourg, its function is to ensure that all States abide by Community rules and laws, and to mediate in disputes between the other bodies.