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Lisbon Treaty ‘would have helped’ with crisis

Ratifying the Lisbon Treaty would help Ireland and the rest of the EU deal better with the economic downturn, said the vice-president of the European Commission, Margot Wallstrom, ahead of her visit to Ireland this week.

8th November, 2008

Ratifying the Lisbon Treaty would help Ireland and the rest of the EU deal better with the economic downturn, said the vice-president of the European Commission, Margot Wallstrom, ahead of her visit to Ireland this week.

Speaking to The Sunday Business Post, Wallstrom said it was up to the Irish people alone to find a solution to the impasse created by the rejection of the treaty in the referendum in June. She would not be...

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