Anti-Terrorism Legislation

Legitimacy and power would be best represented by the recent anti-terrorism legislation of March 2005. The previous anti-terror laws expired on March 15th, 2005. They, therefore, needed to be replaced by an act more relevant to the country’s needs four years after 9/11. The government got the acts of 2000 and 2001 swiftly through Parliament, … [Read more…]

European Parliament: Members

Members of the European Parliament have the power to approve, amend or reject nearly all European Union legislation. Members of the European Parliament can hold the European Commission to account and can force members of the Commission to resign. MEP’s also decides on the European Union’s budget and can influence how EU money is spent. … [Read more…]