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Include Us Out, Say Eastern Europeans

7 New Member States Seek Opt Outs From Accession Treaty

Seven EU members which joined the European Union between 2004 and 2007 are concerned about an obligation to adopt the euro, AFP reports.

Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania said the euro zone may very well end up being a very different union than the one they thought they'd joined.

The seven capitals are also demanding that non-euro countries that want to engage in eurozone talks "on the possible reforms" should be entitled to do so. Discussions between eurozone countries are normally closed to outsiders.

Polish officials have stated that the country has shelved its plans for early eurozone accession, until it becomes clear what future should be expected for the common EU currency.

Last April, Hungary indicated that it would seek an opt-out from the euro zone. More recently, Czech Eurosceptic President Václav Klaus said that the EU currency club was a "failure" and that his country should get a permanent opt-out from its obligation to adopt the euro.

As they used to say in the trenches in WW1 . . . 'If you can't take a joke you shouldn't have joined'

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Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania...

and they have the experience to know what it's like to be forced to have to be bossed by a regime like the eu without any vote or say in the matter.

Crikey, even the people in the UK are getting to know what it was like for them now.

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