Brussels Burnout

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NEE! No camp supporters celebrate in Amsterdam

They didn't have much in common. those who welcomed the rejection of the European constitution by France and the Netherlands last week included Roman Giertych, leader of the archconservative League of Polish Families, who thinks the document isn't Christian enough; Arlette Laguiller, France's perennial Trotskyite presidential candidate, who suggests that European workers should now rise up in a general insurrection against exploitative bosses; Serb ultranationalist Tomislav Nikolic, whose Radical Party is led by an indicted war criminal, Vojislav Seselj, who said the vote was proof that Serbia should "not jump every time Brussels tells them to"; French Socialist Henri Emmanuelli, who...

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