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Comment #4920846 by Mary Ward

Mary Ward Mar 27th 2016, 11:27 AM #

Stop talking governments. It is misleading publc and we may be faced with anor elction to DAIL I relay tng is criminal for medial in particular at this stage to talk as if GOVT hold all.

The Government does not and never did,

U see the dal cant eve agree on a Taoiseach ?

IMF/EU lent money on term never approved by DAIL. EU Council Decision of 7 12 10 contain the terms incl bank capitalisation but no firewall sales , downgrade banks , BUT public funds will fill any hole ).

Irish Water is also a term,.

The DAIL is not a party to it cos no TD bothered to ask High Court for an order directing terms to be laid before the Dail under art 29 5 2. The DAIL is not a party to loan and EU telling us Ir water on state balance sheet.

no government could have done what the last one did without DAIL SUPPORT and remember minister signed docs, money drawn down, interest a EU set it out in council decision and no TD incl M Martin, Gerry Adams, R Coppinger, Pearse made any attempt to stop hem in high court until decision lad befre dail debated resolved and dealt with by DAIL on our behalf.,

- maybe they all thing that A Merkel will give Ireland a better deal if they ask her ? I don’t,. .



Ruth Coppinger can make it if house want but occupying houses or we wont pay – and talk in a DAL not a party to the loan cos not TD .. no wont work .

In short the support of your LOCAL TD.

They are still at it – ie TD but then how interested is electorate ?? but certainly media going on about GOVT

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