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Ireland shoots down idea of swift Lisbon revote

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posted on Aug, 31 2008 @ 11:13 PM
although the hedding looks hopeful after reading all you will see is a government in disarray.. whats new i hear you say..

The Irish government has insisted that no second referendum on the Lisbon Treaty is in the works after Europe minister Dick Roche on the weekend told press that another vote on the text would be "appropriate."


Meanwhile, the UK's Financial Times reports that Irish government officials have privately conceded that any second referendum, should one take place, would not occur before next year's European Parliamentary elections, but rather in the second half of 2009.


why is this p**** roche pushing the re-vote..?
when is a no not a no?

Irish Europe minister Dick Roche had told the Irish Independent newspaper earlier this week: "A referendum is the appropriate response to the position we are in", while stressing that it was his "personal view at this stage."

anyway from reading the article i get the impression the government aint keen, the opposition sideing with the peoples no but the government aint ruling any-thing out..

we should be prepared to dig in and not give an inch.. see if we can slow the european end of the NWO plan another while.. this isn't over by a long shot..



posted on Aug, 31 2008 @ 11:20 PM
The Irsh were able to stop the Lisbon Treaty because it is voted on by the people instead of by politians. GO IRISH!!

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