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A well structured argument about how an actual unification could (and hopefully would) look.

A PN: Greenland leaving in the early 80ies was - despite Greenland not being a member state - often referenced as an example of how a member state could leave the EU. So even before Lisbon, leaving EU was a possibility. The GFA didn't take it into account, but not because it was impossible. Presumably the negotiatiors had more pressing matters to attend to then what to do if - in a distant future - the UK or the Irish republic would leave the EU.

by fjallstrom on Sat Aug 6th, 2022 at 10:28:00 PM EST

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