What if Europe held an election and No One Cared

@inproceedings{Schleicher2009WhatIE,
  title={What if Europe held an election and No One Cared},
  author={David Schleicher},
  year={2009}
}
Last June’s European Parliament (“EP”) election was widely considered a failure. Turnout was low across Europe, and, as has been the case in every EP election since they were introduced in 1979, voters responded exclusively to domestic cues in deciding how to fill the European Union’s only directly elected body. Campaigns were waged entirely on domestic issues outside of the purview of the EP, and the popularity of domestic prime ministers, who were not on the ballot, was the most important… CONTINUE READING