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U. with Pew last year finding that only 45% of respondents viewed the EU favorably down from 60% in 2012 This is partly because of the devastating impact of the eurozone crisis which has sent unemployment soaring and sparked austerity programs which will have an impact for years to come The habit of EU leaders making decisions behind closed doors with little public scrutiny has also dented the democratic credentials of the alliance And so the political group that wins most of the 751 seats in parliament this month will be asked to nominate the next European Commission President In theory this is meant to make the process more transparent The European Parliament’s two largest political groups have embraced the plan with Jean-Claude Juncker the former prime minister of Luxembourg representing the center-right European People’s Party which is currently forecast to win the most seats Martin Schulz the current European Parliament president is leading the Socialists & Democrats Both have embarked on EU-wide bus tours also taking part in televised debates to convince voters that they are the best candidates for the top job But there is one key problem: The 28 national leaders in Europe have the option of simply ignoring candidate put forward by the largest political group in parliament This is because the language in the EU treaty is unclear The national leaders are free to put forward their own choice for Commission President with the treaty only obliging them to take the election results "into account" In other words despite the push for more transparency they could reject the nominee put forward by the political group that wins the upcoming election Were such a scenario to unfold IMF head Christine Lagarde Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny are all being touted as potential nominees Parliament would still have the option of refusing to approve a candidate selected by the heads of statebut that could lead to a prolonged political stand-off which would be disastrous for the bloc’s image "If you do get to that situation it’s only going to taint the image of the EU it’s another institutional argument that is arcane and just looks like its on another planet to what people really care about" says Stephen Booth Research Director at the Open Europe think tank in London The possibility that national leaders might chose their own candidate has already led to divisions between the seven different political groups in the European Parliament Five are treating the election as a vote for the next Commission President The remaining two groups want the 28 heads of state to decide who holds the top job arguing that national leaders are elected with greater turnout and therefore have more democratic legitimacy They also want the Commission President to remain politically neutral These divisions reflect soul-searching across the EU over the best way for the alliance to move forward after the battering of the eurozone crisis Figures like Juncker and Schulz are enthusiastic cheerleaders for the single currency and a more unified Europe For them giving voters a say in the appointment of the next Commission President is a way of solidifying "project Europe" Increasing numbers of voters however are moving in the opposite direction Anti-EU parties from the extreme left and right are expected to do well reflecting dwindling trust in a more unified Europe after the economic crisis National leaders like David Cameron in Britain and Mark Rutte in The Netherlands are also advocating less power for the EU and returning more decision-making to national parliaments They are both cautious about an elected European Commission President as is German Chancellor Angela Merkel a powerful voice in the alliance Right now the best weapon for the sceptics is the lack of interest Most of the 400 million eligible voters have probably never heard of Juncker and Schulz and mainstream televisions stations have not been airing the debates But Simon Hix who is monitoring the polls for the London School of Economics says interest is picking up in France and Germany "It’s going to be very difficult for the governments to simply impose somebody" he tells TIME "If they do impose somebody they are gong to have to launch a whole campaign to explain why this is justified" During April’s debate the Liberal candidate Guy Verhofstadt looked straight into the camera and said it would be "the end of the European democracy" if national leaders simply chose their own candidate for Commission President Those politicians planning to close the doors on the public once again can can only hope that no one was watching Contact us at [email protected] Donald Trump traveled to New Hampshire Monday to unveil a new plan to combat the opioid crisis in the US,U.

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