Tuesday June 2, 2020

Greens compile wishlist of key demands for being in government

Fianna Fáil fears that some Green TDs do not want to be in office during what is increasingly likely to be a time of tough economic conditions

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
15th March, 2020
The Green Party has been putting together its key demands into a single document after four weeks of discussions with other parties

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan is putting together his party’s demands for going into government ahead of a decisive parliamentary party meeting tomorrow.

The 12 Green Party TDs were unable to reach agreement on whether to enter government formation talks at a meeting last Friday, and are due to meet again tomorrow (Monday).

The Green Party has been putting together its key demands into a single document after four weeks of discussions with other...

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