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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 099 17 - Diskussion
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BauernOpfer
Bearbeiter
Hindemith, Graf Isolan
Gesichtet
Yes
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Seite: 99, Zeilen: (15-16), 17-32
Quelle: BBC 2007
Seite(n): 1 (online source), Zeilen: -
6. A Never Ending Ratification Process: Replacement of the Treaty on a Constitution for Europe by the Lisbon Treaty?

In France, the legally binding referendum on 29 May 2005 resulted in a "No" vote of almost 55 %. Both the main parties — the governing, conservative UMP and the Socialist Party — were in favour of the TCE, but both also had dissidents campaigning for a "No". The far left and right were opposing, as were trade unions, some farmers groups and representatives of the anti-globalisation movement.

In the Netherlands, some 61.6 % of Dutch voters said "No" to the TCE on 1 June 2005, even though the main political parties, trade unions and most newspapers were backing a "Yes". In January 2006, the Dutch Foreign Minister Bernard Bot went further than any other European government minister, saying that, for the Netherlands, the constitution was "dead". In May 2006 he said he thought the constitution would "stay dead".351 However, a new Dutch government formed at the beginning of 2007 has signalled it will cooperate with efforts to tackle institutional reforms in the EU. The government has asked a body known as the State Council to rule on whether a referendum would be necessary on any future treaty based on the constitution.


351 EU Constitution: Where Member States stand, BBC News, Sunday, 25 March 2007, available on: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/ europe/3954327.stm, last visited on 18 January 2009.

France: A legally binding referendum on 29 May 2005 resulted in a "No" vote of almost 55%. Both the main parties - the governing, conservative UMP and the Socialist Party - were in favour of the constitution, but both parties also had dissidents campaigning for a "No". The far left and the far right were opposed, as were as were trade unions, some farmers' groups and the anti-globalisation movement.

[...]

The Netherlands: Some 61.6% of Dutch voters said "No" to the constitution on 1 June 2005, even though the main political parties, trade unions and most newspapers were backing a "Yes". In January 2006, the then Dutch Foreign Minister Bernard Bot went further than any other European government minister, saying that for the Netherlands, the constitution was "dead". In May 2006 he said he thought the constitution would "stay dead".

However, a new Dutch government formed at the beginning of 2007 has signalled it will co-operate with efforts to tackle institutional reforms in the EU. The government has asked a body known as the State Council to rule on whether a referendum would be necessary on any future treaty based on the constitution.

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