Thursday June 4, 2020

Ireland: a one-party state

Conor O’Donoghue (3/6/07) is right when he writes about the ‘‘threat to democracy’’ posed by the ‘‘astonishing arrogance of the largest party’’ and the absence of an alternative government.

9th June, 2007

Conor O’Donoghue (3/6/07) is right when he writes about the ‘‘threat to democracy’’ posed by the ‘‘astonishing arrogance of the largest party’’ and the absence of an alternative government.

The only problem with his thesis is that the members of the largest political party are entitled to be arrogant.

The scenario that the largest party is the only party suitable for government has been orchestrated by...

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