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Peoples News issue no. 98 Date: 26 – 1 – 14

category international | eu | other press author Thursday January 30, 2014 20:20author by O. O'C - The People's Movement Report this post to the editors

Table of Contents below

http://www.people.ie/news/PN-98.pdf
Peoples News issue no. 98 Date: 26 – 1 – 14
Table of Contents below

THE PEOPLE’S NEWS contains comment on developments in the EU from an Irish and democratic perspective

Back issues of the newsletter are available from the website www.people.ie

The Peoples Movement Blog www.irishreferendum.org
The Peoples Movement Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/peoplesmovementireland?ref=hl

Peoples News issue 98
Contents

P 1. Fool you once……!

It is timely to remember Noonan’s promise to burn the bondholders.

P 1. Troika bullies.
The troika had very little interest in social measures; they were only concerned about cutting back the deficit.

P 2. ‘Preserving the integrity of the euro area monetary policy and the stability of the Irish financial sector’
– ripping off the citizens!

P 3. ‘Unlikely that Ireland will participate’ in EU Central African Republic (CAR) force

P 4. Water charges - think EU!
It’s all down in the end to the EU and the Water Framework Directive from way back in the year 2000!

P 6. Having another go at the Coughlan judgment!
THE IRISH TIMES editorial office is about to embark on another of its reactionary campaigns.

P 8. Rehn defends troika
– and indirectly acknowledges that some Eurozone countries - notably Germany - had dictated the way the Eurozone rescue was designed.

P 9. The EU’s green credentials! The EU Commission has abandoned plans for new laws to regulate shale gas extraction

P 10. The proposed EU banking union is not only one of the most complicated pieces of legislation drawn up in the EU, but it also gives unprecedented powers to a restricted body of non-elected people

Related Link: http://www.people.ie/news/PN-98.pdf
author by fredpublication date Fri Jan 31, 2014 03:15author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Excellent Newsletter as always O.
I highly recommend everyone have a read.

The fracking, banking and water related parts are especially interesting.
Anyone interested in these topics should definitely grab a copy.

Great stuff!

 
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