A Statement from the Commission of Internal Affairs, 25th May
"As I am sure you are all aware the nation of Inqusta has launched a land invasion of the west sahara. As commissioner for Internal Affairs I condemn this action. It was done under the declared intention to provide freedom to the Western Sahara however I feel that this was conducted in order to bring more land under the control of Inquista. I also feel that this could cause increased stability and increased military spending as other nations feel threatened by the action.
I shall be fully supportive of the Commissioner for Defence and Peackeeping in this matter and shall if requested assist him with his discussions. I do hope that a proper agreement is bought into place to ensure that the military occupation of Western Sahara is ended. "
Both Commission and Council must have right of legislative initiative. As the executive power of the European Union, the Commissioners work day after day with the continental legislation and they can see better if a reform or a new law is required.
The Council, as the representatives of the democratic goverments of the member states, are the voice of the European Peoples in the European Union, so they can detect the demand from the public opinion in favour of a new law or the reform of an existent act.
European Council Delegate ad interim
In Quadrance the final method for punishing a terrorist is the death penalty. While the subject of capital punishment has been hotly debated for decades, in many countries the taking of a life is considered to be worthy of losing your own. This is especially true in cases where the killing of one or more people is planned in advance, which is the case for every act of terrorism.