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Monday, January 09, 2006

Austria bid to revive EU treaty

They don't understand the meaning of the word No in Austria.

Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel said on Sunday: "We have promised ourselves that we will restart the negotiations on the constitution.
Excellent. This is the best news in ages. Get the thing revived and then we can have a proper campaign against it. The BBC though is still selling the old lemon:
The treaty, aimed at streamlining decision-making, was rejected by voters in France and the Netherlands in 2005.
Thats a little like saying the aim of the Nazis was to have a good road network. Its part of the plan but a little way down the list. The main aim of the treaty was to give the EU its own independent legal status.

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