Councilor van Allen then stood up to speak
"My dear fellow legislators in this European Council, we have been disrupted by uprisings, coups, and revolutions in the past few months. And we have not yet fixed these internal situations. But now, we're focusing more on our external affairs and unified security!"
"My friends, we must understand that the Eurocorps will not be effective if Europe is currently divided. We have to fix our situations first internally before we focus on this kind of matter. Another problem we face is that how we would mobilize our forces from foreign missions in case of an emergency within our region. And not all nations have enough budget for very much equipment."
"I also agree to Coun. Plessis that we will not be able to take command on our volunteer forces in case of need because the commander doesn't want. This would be much undemocratic and a serious threat to each of our national sovereignty."
"One more thing is that the procurement of equipment would be hard as to which some nations don't have enough funds to maintain their volunteer forces as well as their equipment. Even though, I have received calls yesterday from RAE Systems and other defense companies in Reitzmag that they are willing to provide substantial equipment for both land, sea, and air travel and combat."
"Finally, the words on Section 1 Paragraph 4 is also undemocratic and that I suggest that the appointment of unit commanders shall be delegated to the governments of each member-state. This would help devolve some responsibilities of the Eurocorps Commander and lessen his/her burden."
"Over all, I want to raise the fact that this act must be amended accordingly with a more detailed composition and proper specification of the structure as well as the roles and responsibilities of each member."