Todos os primeiros-ministros ‘modernos’ e ‘europeístas’ têm que ser mentirosos?

A Matter Of Trust

Irish PM Brian Cowen has announced there will not be another referendum if Ireland votes ‘no’ to the Lisbon Treaty tomorrow.
 (…)

 

But hang on, that’s exactly what they said last time. Click here to see Dick Roche, Irish Europe Minister, suggesting ahead of the first Irish referendum that it was ‘delusional’ to say there would be a second referendum. (…)

(By Open Europe blog team, On Thursday, October 01, 2009)

 

Tradução expedita:

O primeiro-ministro irlandês Brian Cowen anunciou que  não haverá outro referendo se a Irlanda votar ‘não’ ao Tratado de Lisboa amanhã. (…)

Mas, espera aí, isso foi exactamente o que eles disseram da última vez. Clique aqui para ver o Dick Roche, ministro irlandês dos Assuntos Europeus, sugerindo que seria  ‘delirante’ afirmar que poderia haver um segundo referendo. (…)

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One response to “Todos os primeiros-ministros ‘modernos’ e ‘europeístas’ têm que ser mentirosos?

  1. Uma excelente conclusão que encontrei ontem:
    The Irish people are called upon to defend the rights of the Irish through saying NO to the Treaty of Lisbon. The Irish people have the last chance to defend freedom, equality and fraternity, democracy, the rule of law and the social welfare state for all peoples in the European Union. Without an Irish NO all people in Europe face exploitation, war and injustice. The Irish have the opportunity to save human dignity in Europe.
    [in http://no2lisbon.net/2009/10/irish-arguments-against-lisbon-treaty.html%5D
    Lamentavelmente, parece que nos dias que correm o dinheiro fala mais alto que a dignidade.
    [Também fiz este comentário em:
    http://notolisbontreaty.blogsome.com/2009/10/01/sir-this-time-vote-no-for-me-please/%5D

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