La derecha inglesa no tratará de revocar el Tratado de Reforma
Posted by AMDG en 28/junio/2008
La Reina acaba de poner la firma a la aprobación del Tratado por ambas casas del Parlamento británico. Cameron, líder de los conservadores, acepta el hecho consumado:
In both, the text is very similar (which says something about the way the DT is going) having David Cameron admitting that he may never be able to fulfil his promise of a referendum on Europe. Says The Sun, the “Tory leader warned Labour could have signed away power to Brussels BEFORE he gets into 10 Downing Street,” and, “He says it would then be too late to throw the changes into reverse.”
He was, apparently, speaking to an audience in Harlow, Essex (part of his programme of touring marginal constituencies) when he was asked the dreaded “R” question. Then he admitted it would be “almost impossible” to have a referendum if it was already law in the UK and the rest of the EU. “We may have to say, well look, we’re not happy with this situation, here are some of the powers we’d like to have back,” he said, “But we can’t give you that referendum on the Lisbon Treaty because it’s already been put in place across the rest of Europe.”
Me recuerda la forma de preceder de la derecha española, tan ilustrativamente descrita por el Embajador: “el PSOE abre la zanja y echa el asfalto y el PP lo pone cuidadosamente en su sitio”.
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