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Citizens' consultation hour in Hamburg
On 01 June 2022, Nico will come to Hamburg for a live Q&A at the Polittbüro.
Visits possible again!
The European Parliament welcomes back visitors. If you would like to drop by, read this article.
Why is it so quiet here?
The EU is in deep crisis. And so am I.
Wohin mit dem Geld?
Ich habe euch gefragt, wie ich mein Budget ausgeben soll.
Humorlose Erklärung, warum ich aus Die PARTEI austrete
Ich bin kein Mitglied der Partei Die PARTEI mehr.
Kalender des Scheiterns 2
There's a new Calendar of Failure!
Politicians must suffer! #empathyTRAINing
Rights are there to take them away from citizens - at least that's what politicians do. I am sending them to my #empathyTRAINing because they should suffer like us.
THE NICO SEMSROTT SHOW with Nico Semsrott
Now that he's backstage, Nico can confirm: Politics is theatre. But the show isn't entertaining. And so he decided to create his own.
Criminal charge filed against Philipp Amthor
Corruption must be cancelled. That’s why Nico filed a complaint against a Bundestag representative for his relations with a US start-up.
General Expenditure Allowance
I spent money on things that I was not allowed to buy.
Securing the European Parliament
Thieves broke into offices throughout the Parliament. The internal security service, true to EU form, responded by doing nothing. Nico developed protective measures.
Introduce the EU to Democracy
Democracy - That's what Nico dreams of. After one year in Parliament it's still just a dream. With small steps like implementing transparency Nico keeps on fighting.
Failure(s) in the EU
Hungary became a dictatorship and the EU is doing nothing about it. Also, Nico realises that disappointment is a bottomless pit.
My first petition
Usually people ask Nico for signatures. But now he’s asking for theirs. Sign his petition for the parliament to officially abandon its Strasbourg seat, once and for all.
Nico asked his fans what kind of merchandise they wanted. In second place came socks. We tried to make this happen, but in the end it was just too difficult.
Fred Marvaux / European Parliament
Strasbourg is now in Brussels
Every month the whole parliament must travel from Brussels to Strasbourg. Nico has (almost) brought an end to these ridiculous journeys.
As a Member of the European Parliament, you can do whatever you want! Unless the European Parliament itself forbids it.
Jean-Christophe Verhaegen / European Parliament
Foreseeing the EU's future
There is a European Commissioner for Foresight. Since Nico does not like to be surprised, he figured he would ask the nominee to this post for his prediction for the next five years.
Genevieve Engel / European Parliament
Giving the Council’s policies its rightful place in history
The European Council has been frozen in time for hundreds of years without realizing it. Nico had to provide a history lesson to those acting like it’s still the Middle Ages.
Mathieu Cugnot / European Parliament
T(o)u(r)t(u)oring Ursula von der Leyen
Who is actually the President of the European Commission? Since the official candidate Ursula von der Leyen was silent on this, Nico provided clarification.
Screenshot / Das Erste
Said in a talkshow that I find talkshows dumb
The title speaks for itself.