Thursday, 19 November 2009

A Welsh EU President...why not?



WALES/CYMRU - IN THE HEART OF EUROPE

It is not inconceivable that some day in the future the EU will have a Welsh president. The European Union is made up of diverse countries, some large and some small. Belgium has a population of 10 million + and other nations in Europe are smaller but are no less capable of producing statesmen who may rise to high office in the EU.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Neither is it inconceivable that some day in the future, that the EU may have pigs that fly.

alanindyfed said...

On the contrary!
It is a well-known scientific fact that pigs cannot fly.

Pelagius said...

You are quite right of course. And unlike the British nominee, they are not likely to be a war-monger on the make.

Pelagius said...

Further, I hear today that Jill Evans MEP has called for the new vice-president of the commission - and therefore the UK commissioner - Catherine Ashton, to be cross-questioned by the National Assembly. To be fair, she wants her to appear before the Scottish parliament and the NI assembly too.

Wonder if the AMs are up for that?