He calls today for Ireland among other European countries to claim back its right to democracy and self-government.
This comes at a time when today Irish Central Bank Governor Honohan declared that in relation to getting a deal done on debt that:
The Irish Economy » Blog Archive » Governor Honohan at the Oireachtas Finance CommitteeThere is considerable goodwill from all interlocutors in this process. Nevertheless, it has not been easy to find a generally acceptable solution.
What is the expectation for Ireland to have a deal by end of March as Kenny has stated a few times in the past weeks since Ireland took on the EU Presidency?
If no deal is done, what then?
Is Farage correct in his claim that some member countries are seriously considering life outside or after the EU?
If no deal is done and the deficit continues to loom large, what is the prospect for the TROIKA leaving Ireland as originally planned? Or does the potential for Bailout II stand an even greater chance of happening and becoming the reality for Ireland until 2016/17? Is Ireland to become a governed state of austerity for the best part of a decade led by principal Eurocrat decision makers?