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galway / eu / news report Friday August 28, 2009 14:24 by Desso 3 comments (last - saturday august 29, 2009 10:57) 1 video file
Members from Infowars Ireland joined forces with women from the No-To-Lisbon coalition in Galway today (Thur, 27 Aug, 2009) to protest the arrival of EU Consumer Commissioner Meglena Kuneva, at the Meyrick hotel in the city centre. read full story / add a comment
Newspaper opinion pieces are naturally partisan in content and often aim for controversialism, but such is the display of imposture in one from Tony Kinsella in the Irish Times of the 24th of August 2009 that it takes a whole plateful of biscuits.
'I don't have to imagine myself back in some dark age in order to be subjected to fact-free arguments. Tony Kinsella is doing it to people right here and now in the early 21st Century. He's wrong if he thinks it's going to go unchallenged or be accepted unquestioningly, though.'
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On Saturday August 22nd members of IFPAL (Irish Friends of Palestine Against Lisbon) and Free Palestine Campaign spent 10 hours on the streets of Galway city providing information on why IFPAL is calling for a No vote in the Lisbon referendum as a protest against the EU's support for Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people. Almost 1000 leaflets were distributed to passersby, who were mostly supportive.
The demonstration was joined in solidarity by a stalwart of the Shell to Sea Campaign, Naoise Ó Mongáin.
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national / eu / press release Sunday August 23, 2009 15:01 by Richard Walsh 7 comments (last - wednesday august 26, 2009 18:12)
The screening of pro-EU ads in Free State cinemas has been criticised by Republican Sinn Féin. read full story / add a comment
international / eu / news report Tuesday August 18, 2009 22:05 by Michael Gallagher 3 comments (last - sunday august 23, 2009 01:50) 3 images
Today at UNITE Hall and Liberty Hall, the CAEUC held a press conference and official public launch of the No to Lisbon campaign.
Same Treaty - Same Answer -NO to LISBON.
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galway / eu / news report Thursday August 13, 2009 21:10 by TD 1 comment (last - friday august 14, 2009 12:46) 5 images
Yesterday morning, in a pantomine the wrong side of Christmas that elicited mirth, bemusement, alarm and some head scratching from passersby but which outraged an IFPAL activist watching over his charge, two Galway City Council workmen, shovel in hand, boarded a stage prop in the shape of an old pontoon in Claddagh Quay and as if the water were a potato drill, dug and shovelled their way out to the raft; MV IFPAL 2 - proudly displaying two large placards urging voters of conscience to Vote No in the Lisbon referendum. Resisting advice, shouted from the quayside, to give up their 'aul sins, behave in decent fashion and leave our raft be, a stickler for duty, one of Galway City Councils' Quaystone Cops, instead ... read full story / add a comment
international / eu / feature Wednesday August 12, 2009 19:37 by Harry Van Bommel 15 comments (last - sunday september 06, 2009 18:55) 3 images
In 2005 the Dutch people overwhelmingly said ‘no’ to the constitutional treaty, just as the French had done some days before. In contrast to the Irish, this was the first time the Dutch people had been allowed a say about the future of Europe; and they made it clear that they didn’t like the way it was heading. Did they want to get out of the EU? No - the Dutch are big supporters of EU membership, just like the Irish, but they don’t want Europe to develop into a federal superstate. read full story / add a comment
international / eu / feature Sunday August 09, 2009 13:46 by Michael Gallagher 32 comments (last - saturday august 29, 2009 16:40) 17 images
Irish (and tourist) people wake up to a sign of the coming times in Dublin.
This Morning, Saturday the 8th August at 7am, Irish Friends of Palestine Against Lisbon (IFPAL) launched the Vote No To Lisbon raft on the River Liffey in Dublin City Centre.
Irish Friends of Palestine Against Lisbon are calling for Irish voters to oppose the Lisbon Treaty in the forthcoming re-run of the Lisbon Treaty Referendum, a referendum that is exactly the same as the one they have rejected already. VOTE NO to Lisbon on October 2nd.
Issued on behalf of IFPAL.
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Opposition to the re-running of the Lisbon Treaty got underway in Dublin yesterday [Wednesday].
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international / eu / opinion/analysis Tuesday July 28, 2009 19:29 by Ronoc 5 comments (last - tuesday august 04, 2009 12:16) 3 video files 1 attached file
The 2nd referendum on the lisbon treaty will be held shortly because we voted wrong the first time and the political elite of Europe are not happy with us Irish.
“They are bloody fools,” “They have been stuffing their faces at Europe’s expense for years and now they dump us in the s***.” Nicolas Sarkozy told aides, according to le Canard Enchaîné weekly after the No vote - http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/europe/arti...6.ece .
And this comes from the man who spends £600 pounds a day of tax payers money for flowers for his Palace - http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/europe/arti...7.ece
So why would Ireland want to give more power to Europe by voting YES when there is people like this in Power?? Ireland is corrupt enough as it is!
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dublin / eu / feature Saturday July 25, 2009 12:11 by Raymond Deane 7 comments (last - sunday october 04, 2009 01:34) 6 images 2 video files
For the last three days, several activists from the recently formed campaigning group IFPAL (Irish Friends of Palestine Against Lisbon) manned a stall at the top of Dublin's Grafton St, conspicuously decorated with Palestinian flags billowing freely in the breezy, showery weather. read full story / add a comment
international / eu / news report Wednesday July 22, 2009 19:47 by Sheilanagig 12 comments (last - sunday august 30, 2009 23:24) 1 image 1 video file
This is an obsure but alarming article. I had to read it twice to figure what it was saying: that it is a crime to advocate boycotting Israeli products in France. A man has been fined €1000 for organising a boycott of Israeli products; and the French appeals court and Council of Europe's European Court of Human Rights upheld this. read full story / add a comment
galway / eu / news report Sunday July 19, 2009 13:10 by Galway Observer 6 comments (last - wednesday august 12, 2009 21:28) 4 images
An anonymous group appears to have launched an expensive billboard campaign in Galway against the Lisbon Treaty.
Clearly no expense was spared to capture a highly visible on Galway's coast road to Oranmore.
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national / eu / press release Saturday July 18, 2009 19:06 by Patricia McKenna 3 comments (last - monday july 20, 2009 10:40) 1 image
The Green Party’s decision to support the Lisbon Treaty and backtrack on its long standing campaign for a more democratic EU will be more of a hindrance than a help to the Yes side. The voters would currently not buy a used car from the Green Party let alone a rejected treaty. The party leadership has shown that once part of the so-called ‘accepted political establishment’ they turn their back on their principles read full story / add a comment
national / eu / feature Saturday July 11, 2009 19:18 by Steve McGiffen 42 comments (last - saturday september 26, 2009 15:24) 5 images
Steve McGiffen is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy in Paris. He is editor of the radical left website Spectre [www.spectrezine.org] and, with Kartika Liotard, MEP, the author of Poisoned Spring: The EU and Water Privatisation (Pluto Press, 2009). Steve can be contacted at spmcgiffen [@] yahoo.co.uk
The Lisbon Treaty is the latest step in a process which, though its conception can arguably be traced to the Treaty of Rome itself, was born at Maastricht. This process is one of removing what is truly of fundamental importance to capitalism – principally, the way in which it manages its economy – from the realm of an at least partially democratised politics.
This is, moreover, not an exclusively European process, but one which is global. As parliamentary institutions have spread following the collapse of authoritarian systems of 'left' and right, they have simultaneously been deprived of a range of powers once considered proper to them. read full story / add a comment
national / eu / feature Thursday July 09, 2009 20:29 by O. O'C. 10 comments (last - saturday august 29, 2009 16:28) 2 images 2 video files
The Lisbon Treaty will result in: A big-state power grab; copperfastening Laval; permitting direct EU taxes; exclusive power regarding foreign direct investment, & Court power to harmonise; abolishing right to propose Commissioner; establishing an EU Federal State; requiring citizen loyalty; power to decide our rights; abolishing veto, binding us in 32 new policy areas; reducing National Parliament power; a self-amending treaty; enabling politicians over voters and militarizing EU. Thats all we know about so far, there may well be even more. read full story / add a comment
the Government is engaged in a cynical exercise of political manipulation. Speaking on behalf of the People’s Movement, which successfully campaigned against ratification of the Lisbon Treaty in last year’s referendum, McKenna said “these so-called ‘Legal Guarantees’ on the Lisbon Treaty are nothing more than an exercise in creative manipulation designed to mislead the public. This fact was even recognised by the Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin who after EU foreign ministers met in Luxembourg recently, said, “The impetus from other member states is to be helpful, creative and try to resolve these issues … We are quietly confident and hopeful,”
“What the Minister really means is that Legal guarantees on the Lisbon Treaty are just a creative way of giving people a feeling of legal certainty which does not and cannot exist.” Said McKenna read full story / add a comment
Just as the German Constitutional Court requires the German Parliament to do; Ireland should not be content with a lesser standard of parliamentary control of Government Ministers than Germany if the Lisbon Treaty should be ratified. read full story / add a comment
The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung says the Constitutional Court ruling is demanding a law to guarantee the rights of the German Parliament in the EU decision-making process.
If that is so, should not Oireachtas Eireann have a law requiring this too - and Westminster and Paris and Prague and Bucharest, and 22 others?
Should not all EU National Parliaments also have “participation in European lawmaking procedures”? read full story / add a comment
"They cannot claim a legally binding victory and then avoid the necessary ratification together with the Lisbon Treaty. Under EU law a protocol is only legally binding when it is ratified by all Member States. There is no other way." read full story / add a comment
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