By MORTEN MESSERSCHMIDT
OPINION : The Irish corporate tax regime will come under severe pressure from our EU partners if the fiscal treaty is passed
A MAELSTROM of international events over the last month has dramatically changed the context of the fiscal treaty debate – from France and Greece’s electoral rejection of austerity to the German government saying it will have to delay ratification in the Bundestag because it cannot muster a sufficient majority to pass it.
In this light, it would appear more prudent to vote against the treaty which many in Europe are already turning against.
One consequence of this recent political chaos is that many people sadly missed the pivotal comments of European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi who said that the fiscal treaty was the first step towards a fiscal union.
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With the Dail practically full of teachers it is no surprise that the clueless politicians running our country are trying to be teacher’s pet in Europe. We seem to have a parliament full of wasters and opportunists who will stoop as low as they have to in their rush to comply with the wishes of the faceless money men now running our country.
These liars and gangsters should be brought up on charges of treason!
- Group of economists urge No vote (thepressnet.com)
- Education Minister appears to change mind over Treaty ratification (newstalk.ie)
- Anonymous,important message to the people of ireland.(Fiscal compact treaty referendum) (thepressnet.com)
- Noonan: Rejecting EU treaty dangerous for Ireland (seattlepi.com)