you mean like the EU ratifing a constitution that was not agreed on by all of its member states? Yeah that happened not to long ago.
I presume that you refer to the Treaty of Lisbon. It is not a constitution. True, it does bear an uncannily close resemblance to the preceding constitution, but it only amends previous treaties, it doesn't replace them. Also, the treaty was signed by every EU country. So far, to my sure and certain knowledge, only Hungary has ratified it. If any country fails to ratify it (Ireland is having a referendum on the issue) it can't be passed. It is not yet in effect. If you must drag us Europeans into your crazy end-time bollocks, at least get your facts right.Mutate and Survive