Should there be a referendum on the IMF-EU deal?

Slí Eile08/04/2011

Slí Eile: Readers may be interested in a recent Dáil debate which took place on the question of referendum on the IMF-EU deal. The Dáil Technical Group moved a motion to hold a referendum. The first part of the debate from Tuesday 5th April can be located here. Arguments for and against adopting such an approach can also be found in the continuation of the debate on Wednesday here. The final speeches and vote are reported here.

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