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New government will need to act decisively to alleviate challenges facing voters

9th February, 2020
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy wasn‘t able to solve Ireland’s housing crisis

The Democratic party strategist James Carville’s sage words “it’s the economy, stupid” neatly summed up how Bill Clinton became president of the United States in 1992 and set a template on how to win elections the world over for two decades. In the last number of years, few elections have been won on the mantra of maintaining a strong economy. Even before the ballot boxes open today, it has been petty clear since the beginning...

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