During the last election we were bombarded with the 5 point plan by FG. A recipe for reform and financial recovery by all accounts.
FG have been the dominant party in government for 20 months now and I would have expected, like any good plan should be, that it would be taken out, a critical "plan vs. actual" assessment conducted and the plan revised in terms of scope or timeline to ensure it's objectives were still being met.
Does anyone know what's happened to the 5 point plan and the assumptions made in it? Now that Euro growth has not and will not materialize, that the "easy" reform of costs seems impossible, etc., shouldn't FG and Labour be having a long hard look at the plan and making the necessary amendments?
Does anyone know what's next on the plan and what's involved?
I know two thing about plans - they only work if people know and understand what's on them and what that means to them AND that when a plan isn't working you need to re-visit it and be open about what's worked and what's not. FG seem to be keeping curious Paddy firmly in the dark about what is and isn't working and what needs to happen next.