25 May 2018

Many people have lost trust in European Union

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European Parliament president Martin Schulz admitted “many people” have lost trust in the EU and now view Brussels as an obstacle to solving Europe’s problems.


The German politician suggested Britain quitting the EU on June 23 will lead to a number of other member states also demanding their own in/out referendum.

In an interview with German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Mr Schulz said: “We are in Europe for some time now on a downward path.

“The trust of many people in institutions as a whole, whether national or European, has been lost.”

He added: “If the British leave the EU, there will be demands for further escape referendums."

Amid rising euroscepticism across Europe, Mr Schulz confessed there was now a widespread view that the EU is unable to deal with its mounting difficulties, such as the eurozone debt disaster, migration crisis and the threat of terrorism.


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