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Yes, i agree we need to start being more active so we can hold our politicians accountable. But we can't do that until we solve the problems Naneva has listed. On the other hand, to solve these problems, we need to be more vigilant. So it's a vicious circle.

I also agree that Bulgarian media and politicians still haven't shown us what's been happening lately within the EU. The majority of the Bulgarian public still seems to have those romantic views of the member states, whereas in reality apart from enlargement fatigue they also need to cope with problems such as ageing populations and ailing economies.

But then, if media and politicians told us the entire truth, what motivation would the population have to support our membership? People are already complaining about the expected problems: higher prices etc.

by Brownie on Sun Mar 5th, 2006 at 08:40:51 PM EST
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