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Europe Says No – No to Lisbon, yes to democracy’
is a pan-European campaign supported by individuals from all over Europe who believe
the Lisbon Treaty should be rejected, to make way for a better, more democratic
We are united in the belief that the Lisbon Treaty is bad
for democracy, and is a bad deal for Europe and Ireland.
Harry van Bommel, Socialist Party MP, the Netherlands
Sari Essayah, Christian Democrat Member of the European Parliament for
Gustav Fridolin, journalist and author, Sweden. Former
Green Party Member of the Swedish Parliament (2002 to 2006)
Roman Huber, Spokesperson, Mehr Demokratie (More Democracy), Germany
Kostadinova – Executive Director, Institute for Market Economics, Bulgaria
Dr Erik Lakomaa, political consultant and CEO of Erik Lakomaa &
Company. Associate Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics
Petr Mach - Leader of the Party of Free Citizens (SSO), Czech Republic
Sandra Müller, Leader of the Citizens Initiative, Germany
Wolfgang Müller, Executive Director, Institute for Free Enterprise,
Arjen Nijeboer, Spokesman of the Dutch Referendum Platform, the Netherlands
Stuart, British Labour MP, former Minister and Member of the Convention
on the Future of Europe, which drew up the original EU Constitution.
den Broek - journalist and political scientist, the Netherlands.
Leader of the Dutch ‘No’ campaign 2005
Roland Vaubel, Professor of Economics, Mannheim University, Germany