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The Role of Referendums and Domestic Constraints in Negotiations on the European Constitutional Treaty

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MPSA Paper "The ‘European Constitutional Treaty’, was one of the biggest reform efforts the European Union ever initiated. Initially in ten member-states of the European Union, the new ‘Treaty’ was supposed to be ratified by referendum, but the process has been brought to an halt by the “no” vote in the Dutch and the French referendum. Despite current efforts to establish the ‘Treaty of Lisbon’ as a replacement of the ‘European Constitutional Treaty’, without the ‘hassle’ of referenda, the r...

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University of Oxford
Department:
Politics and Int Relations
Publication date:
2008-04-04
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uuid:42bb1214-0123-4d96-abab-567d4454dacd
Source identifiers:
288
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