Little thing I wish: that the EU would codify its directives and regulations the way the USC does. Having to read and reconcile a pile of individual laws is a lot of work for no benefit.
This tweet brought to you by reading directives 2000/78/EC, 2000/43/EC, and 2006/54/EC, and realizing they're almost verbatim identical and if they were codified would have amounted to trivial edits on a single shared piece of text.
On the up side: these are really thoughtful directives, well-drafted, and show a lot of signs of having studied what did and didn't work all over the world. (They're all about discrimination, especially in employment)
At its best, law can be a powerful framework for dialogue within a society and between societies about what kind of world we want to live in. This stuff feels like law at its best.
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