March 30, 2012

Ireland Faces a Momentous EU Treaty Vote

Gavin Barrett, Irish Times

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On Tuesday the Government fixed the date for the referendum on the fiscal treaty, an event of potentially momentous significance for the political and economic future of this State – and of considerable political significance for Enda Kenny’s Government.

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