1. Preserving our planet, all its inhabitants and their future generations;

2. Keep all decision-making powers in own hands and not submit to the European Commission;

3. Immediately disconnect the cooperation with the Netherlands, as established in the Benelux Treaty;

4. No party politics, but representatives of “We The People” with their own responsibility;

5. No second agenda and / or backroom politics;

6. Disclose all ancillary positions (functions) of ministers, state councillors, aldermen, councillors and officials on own websites;

7. Making income and expenditure of community funds updated visible for everyone on own websites:

8. A basic income for all taxable Europeans who are settled in Europe;

9. Prevention of false decision-making by providing decision inventory lists that contain the documents on which those decisions are based:

10. To lead by example as government and not violate laws itsel;.

11. Freedom, openness, fairness, equity and transparency;

12. Involve all people in politics by making all meetings public visible from their own familiar environment (TV and / or Internet).

13. Treat all companies equally, whereby unfair competition is prevented;

14. Drastic reduction and clarification in laws and regulations;

15. Above points "1 / m14" avoid many costly protracted litigations that allows the demolition of businesses and individuals, which saves annually billions of euros and whereby about 20 to 50 percent costs on officials can be saved;

Some examples of how you can say "NO" to corruption:

1. Ratify and enact the UN Convention against Corruption. 

Countries that successfully attack corruption are far more legitimate in the eyes of their citizens, creating stability and trust.

2. Know what Convention requires of your government and its officials. 

Rooting out corruption allows social and economic development.

3. Educate the public about the government's responsibility to be corruption-free. 

Equal and fair justice for all is a crucial element for a country's stability and growth. It also helps to effectively fight crime.

4. Raise awareness with the public, media and government about the costs of corruption for key services such as health and education. 

All of society benefits from functioning basic services.

5. Engage the youth of your country about what ethical behavior is, what corruption is and how to fight it, and to demand their right to education. 

Ensuring that future generations of citizens are brought up to expect corruption-free countries is one of the best tools to ensure a brighter future.

6. Report incidents of corruption. 

Create an environment where the rule of law prevails.

7. Refuse to participate in any activities that are not legal and transparent. 

Increases both domestic and foreign investment. Everyone is more willing to invest in countries when they see that funds are not being siphoned off into the pockets of corrupt officials.

8. Foster economic stability by enforcing zero-tolerance practices towards corruption. 

A transparent and open business community is a cornerstone of any strong democracy.