Wednesday August 5, 2020

Tackling the public finance crisis . . .

The report of An Bord Snip Nua has occasioned intense political debate, some constructive discussion and a lot of vested interests rushing to defend their positions.

25th July, 2009

The report of An Bord Snip Nua has occasioned intense political debate, some constructive discussion and a lot of vested interests rushing to defend their positions.

But much of the debate provoked by the report has - deliberately or otherwise - missed a most important point: the rationale for the report in the first place. That is:

we are in a severe financial crisis which must be addressed as a matter of extreme urgency.

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