Fainting in Coyles
An occasional letter from the Heart of Euroville

Wednesday, January 28, 2004  

Spain still eyes Gibraltar - this time they want to use the EU Constitution.

In this report on Falklands-Malvinas.com Spains Foriegn Minister the former MEP and sister to EU transport Commissioner Loyola, Ana de Palacio has made it very clear the direction she would like things to go.

This is the woman that tried to blame the Erika oil slick on Gibraltar and who, with the connivance of HMG has pointedly ignored the referendum in Gibraltar that was very clear in its result.

Her comments suggest that she hasn't given up. She believes that, "the bilateral (Brussels Agreement) talks are being rejected “the picture of the day is one framed by the European Constitution, which is our reference point without losing sight of the bilateral negotiations.”
Here we go again

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