Danes love the 'EU boat ' off
copenhagen - Danes to maintain their separate status in the European Union want the Danish government does not take over European legislation. This seems to be the result of a referendum Thursday was held on whether the country have special status with regard to the policy for the Interior and Justice should give up and have to focus on the joint European approach to issues of justice and security.
Danish media Thursday indicate that the referendum has become a victory for the eurosceptics. Of voters would have more than 53 percent in favor of maintaining the current situation, and nearly 47 percent voted against. Enforcement means that Denmark maintains its exceptional position here.The country is since 1973 member of the EU but has negotiated in 1992 exemptions for membership. That was after a referendum in which voters rejected the Maastricht Treaty. In 2000 they voted against the euro as their currency.