5 February 2018To my European colleagues and friends, and to all Europeans across our fair region, know that this will be a period where our region begins its new future. As the Commissioner for Internal Affairs, I will be doing my best to weekly update the region on the goings on of the Commission and continue to get engagement between our regions' many member nations. I hope to foster a community of nations finding common ground and building our Union to be stronger than ever. Let's come together and let's move forward into our greater, more prosperous future.Chelsea Clinton-MezvinskyCommissioner for Internal Affairs, Stuart Commission
Lady Granger,Yes, I do think there is conflict between these two views. I think we have to be careful to see where we can go deeper and where we need to be happy with going wider. I personally find that cooperation needs to be built first before diving deeper into connectivity. There are issues with bringing forth more political union, and a lot of them have to do with national identity and national government. I'm not personally a fan of the United States of Europe kind of model, but some are. I personally find wider to also not go far enough in. Yes, trade is important, but there are areas that we absolutely should work together and areas where we need to kick it back to the levels of government closer to the people we we serve. It is hard to say what exactly those areas are, but that's the importance of dialogue. We need to get our Councillors and nations to talk to one another before we start legislating and building walls between ourselves. If we can come to consensus before and during the legislation process, I do believe that Europe can work even better. But in involves putting egos aside and coming together rather than going solo.Chelsea Clinton-MezvinskyInternal Affairs Commissioner
12 February 2018I applaud the former Internal Affairs Commissioner on his audit of EU law. Effective now, I will be presenting these laws to the European Council with updated language to match our present constitution. I will also be looking to see where some legislation needs further clarification.Chelsea Clinton-MezvinskyCommissioner for Internal Affairs
I applaud the efforts of my honourable friend, the Commissioner for Internal Affairs. This reform is truly needed in an era where the European Court of Justice has been viewed as an irrelevant body and paralysed by inactivity.Julia Hartley-BrewerCouncillor for the United Kingdom of Great Britain
Attention all, While this formal complaint has been lodged to the Commissioner for Internal Affairs, we as a Commission have decided that it would be more appropriate for me to respond. Indeed, we find this complaint made by the Duxburian delegates to be completely valid, and we particularly feel strong agreement with the latter suggestion, that "the Commission needs to enforce all Council legislation and
sections of the Constitution, regardless of level of support or
personal views". I have felt strongly about this, and had month ago already suggested to our Commissioner for Internal Affairs to take a closer look at the enforcement of our Constitution, especially its UDHOR, and our Council laws in member states. We also feel that the Commission ought to play a role in not only enforcing laws, but fostering the spirit (or intent) of the those laws, particularly in regards to civil rights, democracy and the neutrality of nations. However, such a process, while it needs to be concise and to-the-point, also needs to be thorough, without bias, and done evenly across the EU. The Commission cannot simply pick and choose what to enforce, and it simply cannot participate in witch hunts between countries that have histories of bad blood. While this particular case might not necessarily be so, as this particular concern has been brought up time and time again, and Davishire has had ample time to comply to the parameters set out by the council, I just wanted to make that concern clear. As the activity and future of Davishire currently lingers in the unknown, the Commission will investigate what the required next steps would be.Unfortunately, time is running out for this Commission, so I can only hope to lay the groundwork and mechanisms in which the Commission can act upon this in the future. I hope to set up system, or even perhaps a Commission-led committee, where Commission can investigate and obtain relevant information as to regards to EU laws and the compliance of member states. Should compliance be unclear, then there should be ground for Commission investigation. Such a system should also pay attention to member states and their military activities, particularly their involvement in frozen conflicts and/ or the occupation of other states, where our Constitution is often overlooked.We hope such as a response is equal and fair, yet also vigorous. I will welcome any suggestions or ideas from you in regards to my proposition. Please feel free to share your thoughts personally with me, or any member of my great Commission team.Thank you,Premier Commissioner
This is a notice to remind members of the Region that the Internal Affairs Commission has still not received any nominations for the post of Chairman of the EACF. This position is still open, and if no one is willing to take it I will be forced to appoint a direct Commission employee.