Friday, June 13, 2008

Lisbon Treaty voting in Dublin South-West constituency

The Lisbon Treaty was rejected on Thursday 12th June 2008 by Irish voters. The national vote was 46.6% Yes and 53.4% No.

In the Dublin South-West constituency, the vote was 34.9% Yes and 65.1% No.

Full details of the voting patterns are available at the RTE website.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello Ireland ...

... here is Italy

Thanks to the geat irish folk who said NO to this treaty.

We Europeans out of Ireland we haven't the right to vote.

We haven't any chance to say our opinion about this treaty.

THANKS TO THE IRISH PEOPLE FOR THIS NO !

European Union is slowly becoming the Soviet Union with his central KREMLIN (Bruxelles) government.

Irish people gave us a sign of Hope and Freedom.

GREAT THANKS FOR THIS NO TO THE LISBON TREATY FROM FROM THE ITALIAN FOLK.

Anonymous said...

So Lisbon will make Europe more democratic? So what's it going to take TO MAKE MY NO COUNT??? How many times do I have to vote in these referenda to give Europe slightly more power when all they do is jack-boot their way over my decision? Adolf was born just a little bit too early!

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