Government must respect Lisbon No vote - O’Leary

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has said the government must respect the No vote in the referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, but admitted he voted in favour of the treaty and has ‘‘no time’’ for Libertas, the anti-Lisbon group, or its founder Dec

18th October, 2008

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has said the government must respect the No vote in the referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, but admitted he voted in favour of the treaty and has ‘‘no time’’ for Libertas, the anti-Lisbon group, or its founder Declan Ganley.

‘‘It seems that only in the European Union, Ireland and Zimbabwe you are forced to vote twice,” O’Leary said on a visit to Brussels last...

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