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Wake Up Time for Ireland! Public Enquiry Needed
national | eu | opinion/analysis Wednesday December 15, 2010 04:48 by Anthony Coughlan, Emmett O'Connell - National Platform EU Research & Information Centre info at nationalplatform dot org (01) 830 5792
A public enquiry is needed into how the Irish people have been turned into indentured debtors of the EU, the European Central Bank and the IMF.
We need to know this if we are ever to recover. We need to know who was ultimately responsible for the situation we now find ourselves in, trapped inside the Eurozone when we did not need to join it.
EU Member States outside the Eurozone like Britain, Denmark, Sweden, Poland and the Czech Republic are not caught up in the current torments of the Euro. They can weather the economic recession better because they have kept their national currencies and with it control of their rate of interest or exchange rate.