Friday, 2 November 2007

Czechs refuse to hold referendum

The Czech Parliament has decided not to hold a referendum on the Lisbon treaty. The treaty will be ratified by the parliament itself. This leaves Ireland as the only country which will hold a referendum, the Danish, Dutch, French and British governments having all decided against it. [Der Standard, 31 October 2007]

---- An excerpt from Dr. John Laughland's Intelligence Digest. For a free e-mail subscription to the Intelligence Digest, please click here ----

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