The European Union (EU) does not suffer from a democratic deficit because of two key reasons. First, that citizens of the member countries typically participate in the elections directly through EU Parliament elections. Secondly, the citizens participate indirectly by way of the national elections of the countries to which they belong. However, it is arguable that these two methods of participation are still not sufficient enough in so far as the democratic ideal is concerned. There is still a need to develop strategies and mechanisms of ensuring that EU.