23.10.2007 – 17:32 CET | By Thomas Rupp
EUOBSERVER / COMMENT
“Last week during the EU summit, the Portuguese Union, CGTP-Intersindical, organised the biggest demonstration in Lisbon in 20 years. Under the slogan “For a social Europe – Employment with rights” up to 200,000 people gathered to oppose what they believe to be a “neo-liberal” EU reform treaty, which more or less equals the rejected EU constitution.
The funny – or alarming – thing is the fact, that these 200,000 people managed to demonstrate almost unnoticed without being mentioned by the (we have to add British) media…”