ECB is calling the shots, not Gilmore or Kenny

Last Thursday morning, at the Labour Party’s Dublin election HQ, Eamon Gilmore said he was seeking a mandate in the general election to renegotiate the €67 billion rescue package with the European Union and International Monetary Fund.

5th February, 2011
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Last Thursday morning, at the Labour Party’s Dublin election HQ, Eamon Gilmore said he was seeking a mandate in the general election to renegotiate the €67 billion rescue package with the European Union and International Monetary Fund.

He said the challenge facing the electorate was to accept the rescue deal or to trust Labour to change its terms. He said the choice facing the electorate was to have the budget decided in Frankfurt...

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