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 === European Unconditional Basic Income === === European Unconditional Basic Income ===
    
-For us PIRATES the protection of human dignity is a central task of the European Union. Therefore we will strive to guarantee every resident the minimum income needed to exist and to be an integral part of society. ​A person ​can only lead a life of dignity, if their basic needs are taken care of and they are integrated into society. Thus, as we are living in a money economy, everyone will need an income. We PIRATES believe that the vast majority of people will use a secure livelihood as the basis for developping their economic and social potentials. A secure existence empowers people to educate themselves and do research free of economic necessities and facilitates economic innovation. It will make it possible, and easier, for people to work as a volunteer, to look after children and relatives in need, to offer independent news services, to be politically active and to create art and free software. Hence, the whole of society will benefit from it.+For us PIRATES the protection of human dignity is a central task of the European Union. Therefore we will strive to guarantee every resident the minimum income needed to exist and to be an integral part of society. ​Persons ​can only live in dignity, if their basic needs are taken care of and they are integrated into society. Thus, as we are living in a monetary ​economy, everyone will need an income. We PIRATES believe that the vast majority of people will use a secure livelihood as the basis for developping their economic and social potentials. A secure existence empowers people to educate themselves and do research free of economic necessities and facilitates economic innovation. It will make it possible, and easier, for people to work as a volunteer, to look after children and relatives in need, to offer independent news services, to be politically active and to create art and free software. Hence, the whole of society will benefit from it.
    
 Therefore we PIRATES campaign for an unconditional basic income in all of Europe. Everyone shall be legally entitled to it, independant of a poverty test, without consideration,​ application or any other bureaucratic effort. Referendums shall decide upon the amount of the basic income and other framework conditions. Therefore we PIRATES campaign for an unconditional basic income in all of Europe. Everyone shall be legally entitled to it, independant of a poverty test, without consideration,​ application or any other bureaucratic effort. Referendums shall decide upon the amount of the basic income and other framework conditions.
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 Trade agreements shall fix mandatory social and ecological standards. If breached, every party to the agreement shall have the right to adopt punitive tariffs and other appropriate anti-dumping measures. We PIRATES will advocate for the inclusion of such standards in trade agreements, especially those of the WTO. Violations of such standards shall be tried by the WTO Panel. Trade agreements shall fix mandatory social and ecological standards. If breached, every party to the agreement shall have the right to adopt punitive tariffs and other appropriate anti-dumping measures. We PIRATES will advocate for the inclusion of such standards in trade agreements, especially those of the WTO. Violations of such standards shall be tried by the WTO Panel.
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 + ​PROPOSAL 15: Preserve the Welfare State [PP-DE: Economic and Financial Policy]
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 +The Welfare State is one of the key contributions of the EU to our world. It is founded on an implicit social contract which expects that the well-off are willing to contribute to the overall social expenditure with a larger proportion of their income than those with low incomes. This social contract is being abandoned by the most affluent, with the support of governments,​ which back their efforts to avoid making a fair contribution to the public budget (SICAVs, tax havens, regressive taxes, etc). We PIRATES want this trend to be reversed.
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 + 1.11, 1.12 & 1.13 agricultural policy, social policy and economic and financial policy Remove everything on agricultural policy, social policy and economic and financial policy.
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 +1.14.1.5 Social and Ecological Standards remove paragraph ​
    
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