Public (non-party) debate on Fiscal Compact referendum.

Posted: May 25, 2012 in Uncategorized

This coming Thursday, May 31st, people across Ireland will have to make a very important decision. They will have to vote on whether the Fiscal Compact Treaty should be ratified by Ireland or not. Over the last few weeks parties from both the “No” & “Yes” camp have been bombarding us with slogans and buzzwords. However actual facts and figures relating to this Treaty have been sparse.

What are the actual impact and benefits of a “yes” or a “no” vote? What will it mean for your pocket? Do we lose control of our own country? etc etc.

In order to facilitate an open debate I have organised a public (non-party) debate on the referendum. Everyone is welcome no matter if they support a “no” vote, a “yes” vote or if they haven’t decided yet. It will allow for open and frank discussion and hopefully ensure that people will be more informed when they vote. People from both “camps” are invited as well as people from business, media & academic backgrounds.

The debate is taking place in the Loughrea Hotel & Spa this Monday 28th from 19:00 – 21:00.

Places are limited so please register here:

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Comments
  1. Linkedin group with comments for and against the Treaty.
    Anyone who can’t make Galway but would like to express an opinion is welcome to contribute
    http://www.linkedin.com/groups/EU-Stability-Treaty-Referendum-4431029

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