Nigel Farage flags Barroso over Lisbon treaty (Video)
2009 09 17
European Parliament, Strasbourg, 15 September 2009
The "President-designate of the Commission", Jose Manuel Barroso, seeks the support of MEPs just one day before the vote in the European Parliament.
The heat was on Barroso as nearly all group presidents condemned him for Left-Right issues, but he got what he deserved from Nigel Farage, who blasted him for ignoring the will of the people after the French, Dutch and Irish rejection of the EU Constitution, now disguised as the Lisbon Treaty.
Having rejected the Lisbon treaty in June 2008, Ireland is being asked to vote again on October 2, 2009.
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