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My purpose in assembling this brief was to lo locate documents informing EU gov't. disposition of the withdrawal action by the gov't of the UK, in accord with the several treaties, or laws, binding the parties. With the exception of one or two editorial remarks, my post reproduces directions published by europeanlawmonitor.org. That facility is an organ of the EC.

I felt compelled to do so, because none had been published by another eurotrib subscriber, although an inordinate amount of speculation has been devoted to adversity specific to Ireland's marketing position within the EU and ethical controversies within the ruling party of the UK gov't.

The parameters of such discourse on all matters pursuant to a so-called orderly termination of A50 action appeared to me deficient, or antithetical to the spirit of negotiated relief for all parties --and stakeholders [!]--concerned. I had expected that eurotrib readers would investigate additional information about terms of that "social contract", the EU, and report coincidental opinions.

Rule of law, not men, and all that.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Thu Aug 24th, 2017 at 02:17:12 PM EST

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