Thursday, 19 June 2008

Courts - 'We Can't Stop Parliament Ratifying Dead Treaties'

click here to go to the blogBill Cash rightly states that the Irish referendum result stops the Lisbon Treaty from having legality, as it had to be ratified by all its signatories to have force of law. He is also right that when the 2005 Constitutional Treaty was rejected in the French and Dutch referendums, Blair immediately abandoned attempts to ratify the Treaty in Britain as it could not acquire legal effect ...

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