I don't know if ye've been discussing the legal ins and outs of the extra tacked-on bits to the Treaty but isn't there ground that the whole ratification process will need to be gone through again by all member states ? Even if the guarantees were enough for some, for others it might be the case that they needed to argue that the entire re-ratification process should have to be gone through again. That's very awkward.
In all fairness you can see why Ganley gets his point across - the lack of simplexity and manifest convolutedness is very easy to have a go at. Simply because it is the case that it is difficult.