Europe: What Next After Lisbon Treaty?Carsten Volkery
The last hurdle has been surmounted. On Tuesday, after the Czech Republic's Constitutional Court rejected a complaint submitted by 17 euroskeptic senators against the Lisbon Treaty, the blueprint for reforming the European Union can now enter into force, as planned, at the end of the year.
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