sexta-feira, 4 de dezembro de 2015

Denmark: ' no ' vote in referendum on greater European cooperation

The Danes said no to a greater involvement in justice and policing policies of the European Union. In the referendum held this Thursday, most anti-euro brigades of the Scandinavian country rejected the sovereignty to Brussels for the judicial and police matters. The "no" gathered between 52 and 53% by 100 of the votes. The turnout exceeded 70%.

The Danes already has a special status in the European Union. After they rejected the Maastricht Treaty in 1992 and have approved the following year, an alternate version, enjoy certain exceptions: West African economic and Monetary Union, defence, police and legal cooperation and citizenship. Proponents of the Yes guaranteed that Denmark needed to give more powers to Brussels to remain on Europol.

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