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that has been advocated by scholars such as Weiler in the 1990's, but there is much more to the problem than the European Parliament not having a proportionate amount of power (George and Bache. 269: 2006). This is only part of the institutional aspect of the democratic deficit. There is also the socio-psychological angle, as well as the possibility the deficit has been miss interpreted, and the problem is in fact one of credibility. This essay sets out to uncover the different aspects of the democratic deficit and tries to suggest possible solutions to the problem.
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