MULTI-millionaire Declan Ganley yesterday revealed plans for an audacious bid to take his 'No to Lisbon' campaign across Europe as an organised political party.
The Libertas leader gave his strongest indication yet that his group would contest next year's European elections across the EU.
Mr Ganley again refused to say where Libertas was getting its funding from or how much it spent in the Lisbon Treaty referendum campaign.
But he did confirm Libertas was involved in preparing the ground for a European election run, and the group would need 30 MEPs from across the continent to be effective.
No firm decision has been made yet, but Mr Ganley clearly indicated one plan which would involve running candidates in several countries.