It is only through quick and effective action that the European Union can gain citizens’ trust. We believe decisions should be made as close as possible to the citizens: their town, region, or state, adhering to the principle of subsidiarity. In the same way, we need the European Union focusing on the common challenges that we can only face together. Much of citizens’ discontent towards European action in past crises resulted not only as a reaction to the difficulty of knowing who exactly was accountable for decisions made, but also because of a lack of political vision. Yet, citizens also conclude that a stronger Europe is necessary for effectively tackling common problems.