Sunday September 20, 2020

Nama opposition builds

The government is faced with a growing chorus of opposition to its Nama plan

29th August, 2009

The government lost significant ground on the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) Bill during the cabinet recess, with critics of the bill gaining a head start in the debate by depicting Nama as a financial millstone for taxpayers for years to come.

Whatever political capital finance minister Brian Lenihan hoped to gain by publishing the draft bill on July 30 was squandered by the vacuum at Government Buildings, while economists and opposition parties mounted sustained...

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