At the same time that the Slovak Parliament admits to being confused by the Constitution (the constitutional affairs committee is not sure how binding the Constitutional Treaty of the EU will be on Slovakia´s domestic policy -
Short answer; quite a lot really) their (dep) Prime Minister, Pál Csáky announces that a ratification by the parliament is more correct than a referendum. MPs have a better opportunity to become familiar with the document, and thus can decide more objectively, while a referendum would lead to a decision by citizens who have most likely not had a chance to familiarize themselves with the document, and may thus be reacting based on popular campaigns.
Do these people listen to themselves? This is a former Soviet block country where the Prime Minister is basically saying that his people cannot be trusted to vote sensibly, and thus should not have the chance.
Democracy in Europe - no thanks.