EU Declines Comment on Recent Irish 'Lisbon Treaty' Polls - What happens if (when) Ireland Vote no? (Video)
2009-09-07 0:00

From: youtube.com



European Commission spokesman Johannes Laitenberger responds to a question about polls in Ireland pointing towards fading support for the Lisbon Treaty on the future of the European Union.


Media reports have said that the number of people who say they will vote yes has fallen 8 percentage points, to 46 percent, in the first major poll, while a quarter of the voters don't know yet how they are going to vote.

Irish poll shows slump in support for Lisbon treaty



Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said on Friday that if Ireland rejects the 'Lisbon Treaty' on the future of the European Union in its referendum on 2 October, then the union will continue to operate on the basis of the rules agreed in the 'Nice Treaty.'


Lisbon Tweety Cartoon


Government views people as children. This is a satirical video on the child like postcard the Government sent to most households in the country, “explaining” how people’s concerns about the Lisbon Treaty have been met.

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