Iraq to send constitutional consultants to the EU?

Saturday, October 15, 2005

They sure could use some help in writing a Constitution that would use votes instead of subtrefuge to be adopted.


Last night, Chris Heaton-Harris, the Conservative Euro MP, said: "This shows that the commission has no intention of taking any notice of the voters in France and the Netherlands, who decisively rejected their blueprint for a federal super state."

Brussels bureaucrats were simply "cherry picking" the bits of the constitution they wanted to see implemented and forcing them through by the back door, he added.


Syl said...

All I can do anymore is sigh.

Nothing surprises me about the EU anymore.

terrye said...

I read that the EU Constitution is 450 pages long.

That is reason enough to vote it down.