The left are all about accountability, that's one of the main reasons they like the idea of nationalisation.
If something goes wrong, there's one source to blame, the government.
There's a reason why David Cameron wants to stay party of the EU, if anything goes wrong he can put the blame on a few of these people:
The unelected President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, those behind the scenes who we haven't got a clue who they are, the MEP's who's role is to what I am not sure.
All of whom have to bare their fair share of the blame, but how much does each person take?
There is no one person who is accountable, there are too many people to put the blame onto, and what portion of blame they deserve is also unknown.
For instance the immigration crisis, Merkel is to blame, she allowed the immigrants to flood into Germany, which has now helped created animosity towards all immigrants, as well as the EU itself.
The EU's treatment of Greece was despicable, but they have gotten away with it, as there is no one person to blame.
There isn't that accountability.
Again I ask, why do the left want to hold on to one of the most undemocratic, unaccountable power's in the world?