Europeans are on a row these days. Yesterday the ECJ ruling to overrule the limitations software producers impose in licenses, and now this:
The European Parliament decided to reject ACTA once and for all.
Some institutions of Europeans are surprisingly responsive to the public. Even I (a citizen of Turkey, not EU) called a member of the European Parliament, told him that I was calling from Turkey, and I had objections against ACTA. I asked him to reject the treaty, and he said he would consider it.
I don't think I could have such a civil and respectful conversation with any Turkish MP. I would receive an angry rebuke at best.
Anyway, this is good.
ed.: grammar fix