The Nama debate may overshadow crucial Lisbon vote

Backroom wonders if he is alone in thinking that the debate on Nama is crowding out the more important issue facing the Irish people - the Lisbon Treaty vote on October 2.

29th August, 2009

Backroom wonders if he is alone in thinking that the debate on Nama is crowding out the more important issue facing the Irish people - the Lisbon Treaty vote on October 2.

To have a major issue such as Nama as a source of interparty point scoring and rivalry in advance of the most important referendum we have faced since 1983 is unfortunate, to say the least. For that debate to threaten the possible survival of...

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