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Comment #571466 by Chris Day

Chris Day Aug 26th 2012, 12:09 PM #

Surely any contract signed under coercion, should it prove to be the case, is null and void under Irish Law. Therefore the contract itself cannot be fulfilled in its present format but rather must be either abandoned or, at the express will of both parties to the contract, be renegotiated?
The EU-IMF bailout to Ireland has serious implications vis-a-vis the other bailout contracts with Greece etc. They cannot be allowed to ride roughshod over sovereign states, imposing the will of the super wealthy upon ordinary citizens, whilst willfully ignoring the laws of those states.

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Will Noonan publish the ECB letter that forced Ireland into a bailout?

Will Noonan publish the ECB letter that forced Ireland into a bailout?

Fianna Fáil has called on Michael Noonan to publish Jean-Claude Trichet’s letter himself, after the minister said it should be released.

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