The EUOBSERVER reports: "The European Commission's delegation in Ireland has stirred complaints by publishing a statement about the Lisbon treaty in the midst of the referendum campaign."

The delegation wrote, on its website, a response to the "Farmers for No" statement on the impact of the Lisbon Treaty.

Anthony Coughlan, the director of the anti-Lisbon treaty National Platform EU Research and Information Centre said "The Commission's use of its web-site in this fashion is an interference with Ireland's referendum process (…)." Read the article here.