Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and EU Minister Cecilia Malmström after signing the Lisbon Treaty

Sweden and the Lisbon Treaty

The Lisbon Treaty was signed by the 27 member states at the end of last year.

It is intended to replace the more than controversial constitution which was swiftly shelved when it was rejected by Dutch and French voters. But can the Lisbon Treaty expect a better future?

Azariah Kiros takes a closer look at the issue:

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