Multinationals against us… all against

GENERAL MOBILIZATION!

 

It is not a small matter that is being prepared there, in the usual media silence.

To avoid it, it will be necessary, inevitably, a consequent citizen pressure.

The European Commission proposes to revive theMultilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI), which was victoriously fought in the 1990s. This TheFriend Who Wants to Hurt Us now has a new name, the RDIE (Regulation of Disputes between Investors and States), but its principle remains the same: to allow multinationals to challenge public policies by bringing claims against states before international tribunals where Belgian law does not apply. In the end, the multinationals can attack social policies (such as the minimum wage or the maintenance of the index) and, in case of victory, win millions of euros in damages paid with our tax money!

TO FIGHT THIS PROJECT, IT IS IMPERATIVE TO RESPOND MASSIVELY TO THE PUBLIC CONSULTATION LAUNCHED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON THIS SUBJECT. UNFORTUNATELY, THE TEXT OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION IS WRITTEN IN A TECHNICAL JARGON THAT MAKES IT INCOMPREHENSIBLE. THIS IS WHY WE PROPOSE THAT YOU PARTICIPATE IN THIS CONSULTATION ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE:

 

- Consult here 
sample responses

- Then go to 
on the official website of the public consultation
where you will find the online questionnaire

- Using the tab on the right and top of the screen, choose the language of your choice

- In the1st question, check the option « I am participating in this consultation on my own behalf (as a citizen/individual) ».

- For each of the following questions, 
copy and paste the sample answers

- When you are done and confident, click (at the end of the document) on the « SUBMIT » tab. Your answers are then sent to the European Commission.

 

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