German MP questioned the legality of the entry of Germany into the European Union

© AFP 2017 / dpa/Uwe Voigt Apresado. Archival photoGerman MP questioned the legality of the entry of Germany into the European Union© AFP 2017 / dpa/Uwe Anspach

German member of the European Parliament Udo Voigt (Udo Voigt) sent to the European Commission a request about the legality of stay of Germany in the European Union.

In his opinion, Germany had limited sovereignty and had no right to sign treaties on accession to the EU.

«A written request for the assessment of the state’s sovereignty, Germany sent to the European Commission to find out what the impact is limited or absent sovereignty over the legitimacy of accession of Germany to the Rome and Lisbon treaties, the European community and the European Union and the Eurozone», — said the press-service of the Deputy.

Also, Voigt plans to clarify whether the European Commission considers the current Treaty on the final settlement with respect to Germany, signed in 1990, West Germany, East Germany and the USSR, the USA, Britain and France. In his opinion, this Treaty enshrines the provisions of the occupation right of the victors of the Second world war, however, they apply only to Western countries, primarily the United States.

The European Commission has six weeks to prepare a response.

Previously, Voigt said that Germany has only «limited sovereignty» and dependent on the United States, especially in matters of military cooperation.

German MP questioned the legality of the entry of Germany into the European Union© RIA Novosti, Infographiste and prospects of the European Union

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