European Commission refuses to publish Treaty Charter on Citizen's Rights against technocracy!
My letter to European Commission Spokesperson, Eric Mamer, 21 January 2022 follows my question at today's Press conference.
After my question in the Commission Press Room, the Commission Spokesperson confirmed by telephone that they are not going to publish the Treaty Charter of the Community at the heart of Europe's democracy. Mr Mamer said he would refuse to answer any further questions on the subject. Their position would not change whatever the European Ombudsman reported on the abuse. There were many other cases that they had done so.
When I pointed out that the letter I had received from the Commission's Secretariat General did not give any reasons for not publishing it. It merely stated it was considered a declaration and therefore it was not going to be published, (whatever Vice President Suica said).
The Charter is in fact an integral part of the Paris Treaty that defines the institutions of modern Europe. It defines not only the duties and installation of the Commission (High Authority), the Parliament and the Council of Ministers but also the European Court of Justice! If you eliminate the Charter you should logically eliminate these institutions!
This call confirms that the Commission is governed by rules of technocracy, not open democracy.
Europe is in grave DANGER.
For the Commission, apparently, it is not a question of whether the Charter is a legal and ratified part of the Paris Treaty or is a mere declaration or some other sort of document, the Spokesperson said that it is simply not going to publish it.
Here is the link to my question in the press Room.