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Sarkozy wants united EU voice on Palestine
Published Wednesday 31/08/2011 (updated) 03/09/2011 11:09
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French President Nicolas Sarkozy talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron
ahead of an EU summit focused on Libya. [AFP/Eric Feferberg]
PARIS (Reuters) -- French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Wednesday he wanted to see a united European Union voice on the issue of Palestinian statehood at next month's United Nations General Assembly and urged Washington to do more for peace.

"The 27 countries of the European Union must express themselves with one voice," Sarkozy said in an opening speech to an annual conference of French ambassadors.

"The role of the U.S. is uncontested and irreplaceable, but everybody sees that it is not enough. We have to widen the circle of negotiation, think of the role and pertinence of the quartet."

Sarkozy said the world could not continue to leave the Palestinian peace process frozen while the Arab Spring forces change elsewhere in the region.
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1 ) Remember Boneparte's Words / Palestinians & Sarkozy
31/08/2011 20:46

Boneparte said:

- "Now is the moment, which may not return for thousands of years, to claim the restoration of civic rights among the population which had been shamefully withheld from you for thousands of years, your political existence as a nation among the nations".

- "NOT to conquer your patrimony; nay, only to take over that which has been conquered"

This is what Bonaparte said to the JEWS, back in 1799 !!!


2 ) Mel / USA
31/08/2011 21:08
"widen the circle"? If closet-Zionist &Napolean-wannabe 'Nickle-ass' was in charge of talks of the dead-end 'piece' pro-cesspool,the Palestinians would be all expelled? & custard-face Cameron just does as he's told by D.C. ".. united European Union voice" Slick-Nicky? As in "No Palestinian State,just Zionism,Sieg Heil" EU leaders know the short/long term cost of voting 'NAY' and defending Israeli Nazism. & Euro/UK voters will go crazy,not to mention everywhere else. 'Aye'for Palestine!

3 ) Colin Wright / USA
01/09/2011 02:13
To Mel #2 While I'm not enthralled with Sarkozy myself, I think you misread the situation. Sarkozy wants France -- via the EU -- to assert itself. That rules out echoing the US position. Abstaining wouldn't be all that assertive, either. I see his impulses pushing him to recognize Palestine. It probably won't happen -- I'll put my money on abstention -- but root for the guy. He wants attention, and the way for him to get it is to push the EU to recognize Palestine.

4 ) Nicholas / Spain
01/09/2011 11:50
#1, Don't forget Napoleon ended up on a tiny island poisoned by wallpaper!

5 ) Lukas / AntiZionist
01/09/2011 20:32
Sarkozy is a criminal Zionist and so is Cameron.

6 ) ariana / argentina
01/09/2011 21:04
The little sayan shrimp is doing his duty---all for Eretz Israel. He doesn't need to push Cameron at all--he has been in the bag all along, nor the German cow. So he is just posing as the great organizer to convince first of all himself that he is not just a small, ugly kacker with a lot of chutzpah.

7 ) sylvia / UK
02/09/2011 18:40
Very droll Nicholas (Spain) - but actually he ended up back in France - I
visited his colossal tomb in Paris 20 years ago. You were right about the arsenic!

8 ) Carlos / USA
02/09/2011 21:45
Hopefully Sarkozy will end up as described by Nicholas /Spain! I hate to say it but Sarkozy is sleazy zionist who realizes large proportion of Frances population is not sympathetic to Israeli terrorism. France has started to change but he is a closet zionist terrorist. Cameron can go to the same island as Napolean. Sarkozy is pretty short too isnt' he!
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