» Friday, January 19, 2007

EU Constitution

Asked if the EU Constitution could be changed without a referendum from the UK, the PMOS replied that as he had said earlier in the week, there was a situation where a joint Presidency was beginning, and no doubt, there would be proposals at some stage. However, we were at the beginning of a Presidency, and we were not at the point where proposals were going forward. The best thing to do, therefore, was to take this step by step. The PMOS said that we needed to deal with the facts as and when they happened.

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  1. Well one fact that seems to have been overlooked very thoroughly is that with the 2 "no" votes so far in referenda, the process is officially dead and buried. What a surprise then that it really isn’t dead at all – more moving of the goalposts from corrupt officials who will get what they want one way or another eventually despite the resounding vote of no-confidence so far. Democracy? What democracy?! The word has become a joke.

    Comment by SmokeNMirrors — 28 Jan 2007 on 6:39 pm | Link

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