Congratulations – you are now President of the European Union!

(Let's pretend for a second that a Presidential role exists and it’s you!)

As the President, you can decide what the most important issues are for Europe.  What would you change to make things better? How would you do that?

In reality, decision-making in the EU is a complex process and does not lie in the hands of just one institution or person. Generally, the European Commission proposes laws which then need to be adopted by the European Parliament and the Council. Each of the EU’s institutions has its own President but they don’t have absolute power, and they can’t interfere in EU countries’ authority.


1.Perpetual education 2.Awareness of the past (like facism results such as Holocaust) 3.Law implementation in security and corruption , to all of the countries.4.Healthcare system and pension stability.
I would promote relationships with the outsiders of the EU - while the European Union is designed to create a cooperative environment economically, politically and socially between its members- engaging countries in small scale projects would make the world a little less divided. #yesyoucansitwithus
I would make a federal European Union. Nation states are a thing of the past.
I would also ensure that youth information services are all able to give young people full information about European opportunities and services.
I would make sure all young people received a full education in school about Europe and its role in the lives of all citizens.