EU implimentation problems.

The International Herald Tribune has a story about the failure of France and Germany to impliment EU directed changes in the law, despite both nations being the “”big bullies”” of the EU. Apparently, in a ranking of all EU countries on the matter, France and Germany come in dead last. I’m still not entirely sure how the EU works, but the system of a bunch of bureaucrats passing regulations, and then “”hoping”” they are implimented by the national governments is a prescription for disaster. Anyway, if you don’t like France and Germany, it’s a good article to use in some cocktail debate. England was number one, which is pretty strange.]]>

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