Howlin: ‘do-nothing Dáil’ is as useful as a ‘local debating society’
The Labour leader says the government should call an election as 250 bills are ‘going nowhere’
Labour leader Brendan Howlin has called for a general election to put an end to the “do-nothing Dáil”.
In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, he criticised a Dáil where there were more than 250 private members’ bills which had passed second stage but were “going nowhere”.
“Every week, the government is defeated. But a decision of Dáil Eireann has now the currency of a decision in the local debating society, which is...
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