Announcing my IAC campaign
June 7, 2023
Dear citizens of the European Union,
I am proud to announce my campaign for a second term as the Internal Affairs Commissioner. Ever since taking this job in January, I have served you with my best effort. Here is what I have done in four months:
I brokered a deal between the Kingdom of Reitzmag, the United Duchies and the People's Democratic Republic of Svarna Surya after a conflict which could devastate the EU.
Alongside my premier colleague Juncker, I condemned the riots against the EU-recognized Gadalland and Aspern, led by Guthrun Wond.
I put up my constitutional reform, which promised that unopposed candidates in the commission elections would be subject to a referendum before taking office. Unfortunately, this was not approved by the European Council.
I also initiated the Fourth European Leaders Summit last month, once again with Premier Juncker.
In my second term, I plan to do the following:
Submitting a bill to the European Council that will standardize trade and consumer protections and standards within the European Union.
Submitting a comprehensive environmental protection plan to the European Council to address climate change, as well as further investing in clean energy resources.
Strengthening integration and ensuring equality throughout the European Union.
Further committing to peace between the member states of the European Union.
I completely understand the criticisms that come my way. I have not been able to be as prevalent in the European political sphere as I would like to be, and I apologize to those that have been disappointed in me for this. Mea culpa.
I will rally the European Union to meet with the people of the EU, as well as endorse one of the candidates for Premier Commissioner. These will be announced next week.
Thank you for listening, and for not losing hope. I will serve the Union for as long as the people elect me here. Thank you.
33rd Internal Affairs Commissioner of the European Union