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From Maastricht to Edinburgh: the Danish solution

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 October 2005


The Danish ‘no’ after Maastricht. Key role of negotiations between political parties towards ‘national compromise’ with main ‘no’-party. Exceptions to be negotiated at Edinburgh. The Edinburgh Agreement as closing off alternative developments or options for Denmark. The legal status debated, but most probably of international agreement. Intensified parliamentary scrutiny as result. Particular circumstances made acceptance in a second referendum possible.

© Asser Press 2005

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