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Power’s world: Can the European parliament change Europe?

By Jonathan Power  

Elections for the European parliament take place at the end of the week. It is gradually becoming a body of growing significant political influence. Its 736 elected members represent the 500,000,000 citizens of the twenty seven member states of the European Union. Not since the time of the Roman Empire has there been such an agglomeration of the peoples of the world. This election will be the biggest trans-national election in the history of humanity.

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