EU Split on Turkey, Surpised? I’m not

Via BreakingNews.ie

Well, I thought the EU was always spilt on this. I think we should suspend all negioations with Turkey until it recognises all 25 member states of the Union and fully complies with its obligations under the pacts and treaties it has signed with the EU. No other couintry would be shown so much leinancy on negioations but turkey, so why is it recieving special treatment. Thats what the EU Governments need to be explaining to us the Citizens of Europe.

On the same I disagree with the idea of France holding a referendum on Turkish membership, I know their precedent with them holding a referendum on the UK, Ireland and Denmarks entry to the EU, but I dont think its fair population should be given a veto over it.

Author: Stephen

Cork born and bred, proud European and Irishman. Involved in many organisations and politics. Also writes for SpirtualityIreland.org and UCC Express.

1 thought on “EU Split on Turkey, Surpised? I’m not”

  1. On the contrary, I think every population ought to be given a say, and a veto. Ultimately, France will have to accept migrants from Turkey, and every nation must be given an opportunity to block such a thing from happening.

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