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Tuesday, 10 May 2005 - Strasbourg OJ edition

Question Time (Commission)

  Gay Mitchell (PPE-DE). Thank you for that reply, Commissioner. In Ireland we are obliged to have a referendum. A former colleague of mine, a Minister, who was campaigning in a previous referendum was told: ‘If you don’t have those lorries moved from the end of the cul-de-sac, I am not voting.’ That is the extent of the engagement of some people in this campaign.

The two biggest issues around the Constitutional Treaty are firstly, that 60 million Europeans died in the first half of the last century because we did not have an integrated Europe and secondly, not only governments and parliaments but civil society were involved in the formation of this Constitutional Treaty.

The institutions of this Union have spoken. Never mind the cynics! You have a job to do: go out and sell it and give Member States every assistance you can to sell it. I would ask you to get a task force together of top-drawer implementers of communications to assist you in that.

Právne upozornenie - Politika ochrany súkromia