Irish commissioner says EU Treaty would be rejected in most countries
Archived Articles 29 Jun 2009  EWR
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Honor Mahony

Ireland's EU commissioner, Charlie McCreevy, has said that the Lisbon Treaty would be rejected by most member states if put to a referendum.

With just a few months to go before his own country's second referendum on the document, the plain-speaking former finance minister said 95 percent of the 27 member states would have said "no" to the new institutional rules if it had been put to a vote.

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http://euobserver.com/9/28382/...
 
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