Spain: Euroscepticism in a Pro-European Country?

@article{Jimnez2011SpainEI,
  title={Spain: Euroscepticism in a Pro-European Country?},
  author={A. M. R. Jim{\'e}nez and Alfonso Egea de Haro},
  journal={South European Society and Politics},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={105 - 131}
}
Since its accession to the European Community in 1985, Spain has been considered a pro-European country. However, in 2005 the referendum on the European Constitution revealed the existence of some fractures among parties, while Spaniards' acritical acceptance of the relationship between Spain and Europe has also been denounced. The article asks whether these developments suggest an increasing euroscepticism among Spanish political parties and citizens. It reviews the euroscepticism of Spanish… Expand
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