Ireland Approves Lisbon Treaty

October 7, 2009 at 8:00 am

By overwhelmingly approving the Lisbon Treaty in their second referendum on Friday, Irish voters cleared the way for reforms of the European Union that seek to streamline the Union’s decision-making and give it more clout on the world stage.

“It’s a great day, for Ireland and for Europe,” said European Commission President José Manuel Barroso. “I see the yes vote as a sign of confidence by the Irish people in the EU, as a sign of their desire to be wholehearted members at the heart of the EU.”

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