14 June 2002 PRAGUE, Czech Republic–The Irish voters’ “no” to the Nice Treaty on 7 June shook up the confidence–of both EU functionaries and applicant countries–that eastward expansion of the Union is imminent and irreversible. Involved officials west and east admitted that the Irish referendum was a moderate setback and that urgent measures were required. […]

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