Varadkar wanted to ‘move with speed’ on delayed EU-Canada trade deal
Ceta was due to be ratified in the Dáil last December only for row to break out within Green Party
Leo Varadkar wanted to “move with speed” early last December to ratify the Ceta trade deal between the EU and Canada, documents exchanged by his officials reveal.
The government had expected the trade deal to be ratified without much complication after a 55- minute date in the Dáil on December 15 only for a row to break out within the Green Party over whether it was being given sufficient scrutiny.
The planned vote was postponed ...