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Ravermandsaint

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#1 13 years ago

There are new european treaty's being planned, and europeans have to vote yes or no to let the new plans com into work. These plans are new combined european contstitutional rights, not taking anything away from the different EU country's, but adding new laws, to make it possible for country's to work better together, and therefore creating a more stable network between the country's. A lot of people are opposed, and i'm sorry to say, most of those people didn't read anything about it, or know the details, and are just working with the mass-hysteria some people are producing(the people who vote NO). I'm not exactly saying i'm going to vote YES for sure, becouse I want to do more reading about it. I agree its difficult to find an objective website about it, or anything else that has the power of informing people. Only some newsgroups, for example here in holland, can be objective. [color=green]My point is actually, do any of you folks have some kind of opinion about the new european "constitution". Or did you people never even hear about the stuff thats going on here. And if any potential voters that are from europe, have anything to say, I would like to hear something about youre opinion, what you know about it, and what youre willing to explain about it. I know its a little far-reached to topic something like this so far away from my home (dutch/european sites); as if I have anything else to do:rolleyes: [/color] Out of foreign curiosity this has been made a poll:D




WiseBobo

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#2 13 years ago

I just don't see it all happening and coming together, and that is just on the religous aspect.




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#3 13 years ago
WiseBoboI just don't see it all happening and coming together, and that is just on the religous aspect.

some more arguments would be nice... I can see it work, afterall the contistution is already written just not aporved by all member states. Going to have to see what the country goverments do (the goverments themselfs all seem to go for "yes") though the only problem might be in the countries with a referendum, if the people vote no and the goverment takes over this no... well the constitution will be trashed and they have to try again in a couple of years. I will vote yes in the upcomming referndum, the EU needs to unit even more, try to have as many laws the same in all countries etc. it will make it easier to fight crime, help busniss and social wellfare and security and it will make us stronger versus non EU/european countries.




Ravermandsaint

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#4 13 years ago

All of the plans are already done-and-ready, and most of the larger, more influential country's agree on having such laws. Again, all of the laws allready exist in a certain way, like for example the GENEVA-treaty. These are steps into the future, to have a more (as the politicians say) coherant-working-together kinda thing, and having it all in a more decicive package. I agree with admiral donitz, on the points he made. The more europe becomes a unit, the easier it is to prevent international crimes, like drugtrading, and the easier it becomes to prevent terrorism in any form. Also, political strength could increase, as it would be much easier to press on with certain matters like improving human rights, and maybe helping people like the tibetan people, that are still opressed by chinese communism (just an example).




GOD111

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#5 13 years ago

I'm for. Since Swedes in normal cases are fairly negative towards these stuff, the politicians knows that it would be a no in a referendum, so they try to do everything not to have one.




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#6 13 years ago

We will not have a public vote about it here in Sweden and to be honest I don't know much about the EU constitution :uhm: (feel free to enlighten me ;)), but I doubt it can be a bad thing.




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#7 13 years ago

I don't know enough about it yet to make a judgement yet, Ireland is going to have vote on it in the future so I'm sure there will be a referendum commision which will supply the majority of the information to, I can fill in the rest of the gaps of knowledge from the likes of google.




Ravermandsaint

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#8 13 years ago

There is by the way another thread on this in the pub, also called EU constitution. Only they are talking about what england should do. And it isn't poll. Maybe some info there could help also...




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#9 13 years ago

Well, this is a succesfull poll...hm. I will keep trying to get people to inform each other, about this rather important constitution. I think that was why I started it, to make people aware. Eventhough you're not from a EU country.