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the Parliament and some of the negotiations will take place. Remember what deal will take place assuming we'll get one well have to be ratified by European Parliament and he says he will have more influence there than in Westminster. He was talking to us earlier on Sky News. There will be no negotiations in Westminster whatsoever. They will not be part of this process
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he will find a reason to have some extra time in the job. But it cannot be ratified until 2019, with the next elections, so it will be interesting to see what happens next. This is a country fairly evenly split, almost down the middle, people who want to have more powers, people who.
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every ten, 15 years. If there is a Yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders which do not have to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet. He can appoint who he likes to help him run the country
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executive orders which do not have to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet. He can appoint who he likes to help him run the country. Ibrahim Kaboglu is a leading professor in constitutional law, and is deeply worried by the repercussions of the referendum
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every ten, 15 years. If there is a Yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders which do not have to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet
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If there is a Yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders which do not have to be ratified by parliament. He can appoint who he likes to help him run the country. This man is a leading professor in constitutional law,.
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still an attempt, which is why we do not want this every ten, 15 years. If there is a Yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders which do not have to be ratified by parliament
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If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders which do not have to be ratified by parliament. He can appoint who he likes to help him run the country. This man is a leading professor in constitutional.
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attempt. This is why we don't want a system to faces every ten or 15 years. If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders and new laws which won't need to be ratified by parliament. That won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet and he can appoint whom he likes to help them run the country
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We do not want the system to have to face this every ten years. -- ten, 15 years. If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce new laws which will not need to be ratified by parliament. There will.
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If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders and new laws that will not need to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet and he can appoint who he likes to help him run the country. Ibrahim Kaboglu is a leading professor of constitutional law.
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but there was still an attempt. That's why we do not want the system to have to face this every ten or 15 years. If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders and new laws that will not need to be ratified by parliament
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executive orders and new laws that will not need to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet and he can appoint who he likes to help him run the country. Ibrahim Kaboglu is a leading professor of constitutional law and is deeply worried by the repercussions of the referendum
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If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders and new laws that will not need to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet and he can appoint who he likes to help him run the country. Ibrahim Kaboglu is a leading professor of constitutional law.
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If there is a yes vote, the president can introduce executive orders and new laws that will not need to be ratified by parliament. There won't be a Prime Minister or cabinet and he can appoint who he likes to help him run the country
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10-15 years. If there is a yes vote, the President can introduce exectuive orders which won't need to be ratified by Parliament - there won't need to be a Prime Minister or cabinet and he can appoint who he likes to run the country
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Although the quality of life has improved dramatically, there was still an attempt. That is why they don't want the system to face this every 15 years. If there is a yes vote, the President can execute orders which won't need to be ratified by.
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by the collapse of a car park which was still under construction. Authorities say there are still people trapped at the building site, in Mexico City. The Hungarian president has ratified a new law on foreign institutions in higher education, despite days of protests
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will. But earlier in the week American backed airstrikes in Mosul killed 300 civilians. He is giving and taking. There have been a odd UN ratified, confirmed by the UN, chemical strikes in Syria since 2011,.
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this is a country not ratified, we need a Security Council resolution. We very much appreciate you taking us through the extreme complexities of international law. If you get your thoughts and expertise. What is unclear now is how, if at all, the US will respond.
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Giving the European Parliament has now ratified those draft guidelines for negotiations, shouldn't we be in the middle of the process now? What is there to discuss? Actually, the European Parliament's.