I don't normally read all your posts because they are so repetitive but since you've asked nicely I have read it now. You didn't clarify anything. You were caught red handed posting an untrue statement and so you changed tack. Ireland isn't a "special case" and its voting on EU treaty changes isn't agreed by the EU or have anything to do with the EU. It's part of Ireland's domestic Constitution, and applies also to things that are nothing whatsoever to do with the EU, eg Abortion rights. The UK could have exactly the same constitution if it wanted to but has chosen not to.