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Czech President Signs the Lisbon Treaty
- Czech President Signs the Lisbon Treaty
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Czech President Vaclav Klaus signed the European Union's Lisbon Treaty on Tuesday opening the door to a greater and more unified European presence in global affairs.
President Klaus had disapproved of the pact saying that it would turn Europe into a superstate with very little democratic control.
However‚ after the country's Constitutional Court ruled out a complaint filed by the Senate who had put forth a similar argument the Czech president gave his approval.
[Interview : Vaclav Klaus‚ Czech president] "I had expected the court ruling and I respect it‚ although I fundamentally disagree with its content and justification‚ I signed the Lisbon Treaty today."
President Klaus was the only EU leader who had not signed the pact after Ireland and Poland gave their approvals last month.
With all 27 EU member nations now signed on the Lisbon Treaty could be put into effect as early as December 1st.
And now that the deal is sealed‚ hopes are high for the future of Europe.
[Interview : Gordon Brown‚ British Prime Minister] "I hope that Europe can set aside years of constitutional and institutional debates‚ years of having to deal with institutional issues and that we can move forward and deal with the main issues that the European Union must now face."
The Lisbon Treaty calls for a new long-term EU president‚ as well as a foreign minister and is aimed at streamlining the decision-making process of the EU in relation to global affairs.
And many believe the new pact will give Europe a stronger voice on the world stage matching emerging powers such as China.
Hwang Sung-hee‚ Arirang News.
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