Parties prepare for a Dail debate on the Lisbon Treaty

A Dail debate on the Lisbon Treaty begins on Wednesday and is expected to continue for two weeks to allow all political parties to discuss its provisions.

29th March, 2008

A Dail debate on the Lisbon Treaty begins on Wednesday and is expected to continue for two weeks to allow all political parties to discuss its provisions.

Some 35 major councils across the country are also due to debate the treaty in April and May, with plans by Fianna Fail to seek joint motions with like-minded political parties at forthcoming council meetings.

While the Green Party has not taken an official position, Fianna Fail is expected...

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