Hard going ahead for Republic’s opposition?

Having listened to last night’s Dail private member’s debate (of no confidence) in the current government’s record, this ‘guy’ has a point a lacklustre opposition (barring Olwyn Enright). However, Adam over at Irish Election, (in response to an earlier post) has a point too that the junior parties to the opposition (ie those outside the Mullingar Accord electoral pact), may be good on branding but are short on policy development.

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  • Keith M

    First of all a little matter called the facts; Labour and Fine Gael were not opposed to the Defence Bill, the Greens (once again proving their anti-everything credentials) went on a pointless run.

    What will determine the success or otherwise of FG & Labour next year, is the desire of the electorate for change.