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Siptu boss admits failure over bailout issues

Siptu president Jack O'Connor has admitted that he failed to properly convey the importance of the Croke Park II deal to Ireland's exit of the IMF/EU bailout programme.

20th April, 2013

Siptu president Jack O'Connor has admitted that he failed to properly convey the importance of the Croke Park II deal to Ireland's exit of the IMF/EU bailout programme.

"I should have make a better job of explaining the implications for the bailout," he has told The Sunday Business Post.

Siptu members, along with the majority of other Ictu trade unions, voted against the agreement last Tuesday, meaning that it could not be passed at...

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