Monday, October 05, 2009

If it makes you feel any better,

the Irish referendum really wasn't going to make any difference anyway.

French Europe Minister vows to push on with EU integration, regardless of Irish vote

in an interview with French radio station LCI, Pierre Lellouche, French Minister for Europe, was asked what will happen if Ireland votes ‘No’. He said: “We are waiting very impatiently because the future of 500 million Europeans lays in the hands of 3 or 4 million Irish voters… it is a very uncertain campaign”. He continued: “Whatever happens, Europe will keep on going because we do not have a choice…there is a lot of work to do in the energy, immigration, industry and social fields, and we are not going to stop. So we will find solutions if ever we were faced with such a situation.”

Eurocrats gave up on voting quite a while ago.

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