Saturday September 26, 2020

FF moves to ease coalition fears on Nama

Fianna Fail is moving to secure the continued support of the Green Party, with concessions on the legislation for the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and a ban on political donations from big companies.

5th September, 2009

Fianna Fail is moving to secure the continued support of the Green Party, with concessions on the legislation for the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and a ban on political donations from big companies.

A second draft of the Nama legislation, incorporating greater risk-sharing between the taxpayer and bank shareholders, is likely to be published this week, in advance of a special Green Party meeting on the bank rescue plan next Saturday.

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