Tuesday July 7, 2020

A ‘third way’ could break our Dáil logjam

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil could take turns at two half-terms in office

10th April, 2016

In all the political disagreement of the past 40 days, there is consensus on one thing – the need to have stable government for the next five years.

We have had nearly a month and a half of suggestions and proposals, but no agreement. The consensus now is that the solutions staring us in the face are a minority government led by either of the major parties, or a general election.

There is another solution to...

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