- Be ready to open the debate on ECB status, so as to integrate growth in its prerogatives. Not to come with a non-negotiable „no“.
- Put an end to the current blocus of the anti-discrimination legislation outside of employment: it is important to show the EU can support social issues.
- Don’t ally with the UK on the next EU financial Framework and support a strong EU budget.
- Not to adopt economic policy regardless of the EU environment
– Aurélien Mazuy, France
We asked you what you expected from the next German government for Europe. This is one of the answers. We publish these answers regularily until the federal elections on 22 September 2013