May 28, 2005

EU Constitution

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Due to the impending referenda in France & The Netherlands, thought I'd conduct an informal poll. Two simple questions.

1)Have you read the EU Constitution?
2)Would you vote for it?

My answers are:

Answers in comments.

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  1. No

    Although I'd like to think that if we actually have a referendum, which may well be a moot point, I would read it before I voted.

    28 May 2005, 14:25

  2. Yes
    No…no times 10!

    28 May 2005, 14:51

  3. No

    Don't do politics anymore.

    28 May 2005, 14:55

  4. 1) Tried to, but it's much longer than the US constitution; life's too short, and more laws = bad.

    2) No.

    28 May 2005, 15:44

    1. Not yet.
    2. Won't decide until I read it.

    29 May 2005, 23:10

  5. No.
    I probably should attempt to read it though…maybe after exams. Pah.

    30 May 2005, 19:48

  6. erm, so far, I've read a bit, and not been impressed, so so far no, but if we actually had a vote, i'd read the whole thing

    and if you don't do politics, what do you do? (you must have seen the adverts)

    27 Jun 2005, 23:48

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