Saturday July 11, 2020

Letters to the Editor

6th March, 2016

The basic message of the pre- and post-election commentary seems to be that because this country’s decision-makers did not do a Syriza in 2010 and make the Irish calamity of a bankrupt country into an even bigger Greek-style calamity, they deserve to be punished.

On top of that, the advice is that all of us should now rejoice in a hung Dáil that may not be able to make decisions because the constituents of...

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