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Usikkerhed i Irland til det sidste

Watched over by officials, former Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Bertie Ahern casts his ballot in a pollling centre in Dublin city centre Thursday June 12 2008. Ireland's voters were deciding Thursday whether to support the European Union reform treaty in a referendum being watched closely across the continent. A majority "no" verdict from Ireland's 2.8 million registered voters could doom the painstakingly negotiated Lisbon Treaty for all 27 EU nations and their 495 million citizens. All EU members must ratify the treaty for it to become law. (AP Photo/ Peter Morrison)

Det var sandhedens time i Irland i går. EU risikerer at blive kastet ud i dyb krise, hvis irerne forkaster Lissabontraktaten ved folkeafstemning
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