Wednesday June 3, 2020

Bills add up for Greens

The Greens have finally ensured the passage of some priority policies, but know more battles lie ahead in the autumn

10th July, 2010

In the final days of the Dáil session last week, Fianna Fáil members were heard complaining bitterly of being ‘‘bullied’’ by the Green Party.

It was a flattering description for a party which was being attacked last summer for caving into Fianna Fáil’s policies of public sector cutbacks and the state’s bank rescue agency, the National Asset Management Agency (Nama)


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