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''Note: the German translation of the original letter which was on this page can still be found'' [:OpenLtrOrg050307De: here]. ''Although I do not think that anything I wrote there was fundamentally wrong, the criticism on the proposed European Constitution had in fact little to do with what happened in the Council session of 7 March 2005. Although the Constitution does not address the problems which arose there, it would not have made things worse either. Additionally, although it was clear'' [:LtrFfiiCons050308En: we had the rules on our side], ''they found ways around them anyway. Our primary need is a change of attitude at the Council, and that's completely independent from any treaty or Constitution.'' ''Note: the German translation of the original letter which was on this page can still be found'' [[OpenLtrOrg050307De| here]]. ''Although I do not think that anything I wrote there was fundamentally wrong, the criticism on the proposed European Constitution had in fact little to do with what happened in the Council session of 7 March 2005. Although the Constitution does not address the problems which arose there, it would not have made things worse either. Additionally, although it was clear'' [[LtrFfiiCons050308En| we had the rules on our side]], ''they found ways around them anyway. Our primary need is a change of attitude at the Council, and that's completely independent from any treaty or Constitution.''
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The English version of the new letter is available [:OpenLtr050307En: here], a German version may appear later here. The English version of the new letter is available [[OpenLtr050307En| here]], a German version may appear later here.

Offener Brief an die EU: Der Europarat der Minister, da haben wir ein Problem ...

-> [ English ] | Ratsentscheidung | Patent-Nachrichten ]


Note: the German translation of the original letter which was on this page can still be found here. Although I do not think that anything I wrote there was fundamentally wrong, the criticism on the proposed European Constitution had in fact little to do with what happened in the Council session of 7 March 2005. Although the Constitution does not address the problems which arose there, it would not have made things worse either. Additionally, although it was clear we had the rules on our side, they found ways around them anyway. Our primary need is a change of attitude at the Council, and that's completely independent from any treaty or Constitution.


The English version of the new letter is available here, a German version may appear later here.

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