Anti-war movement call for No vote

The Irish Anti-War Movement is calling for a No vote in the Lisbon Treaty Referendum.

They are hosting a conference entitled "No to War, No to Lisbon" which takes place in the Royal Dublin Hotel on O'Connell Street today.

A number of international speakers, who oppose the treaty on the grounds that it promotes a more militarised EU, will address the forum.

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