Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank responds to our affirmative vote in the Fiscal Treaty referendum.
We’re saying nothing
Thanks Mark Malone.
(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)
Via Nicola King
In the early hours of Friday morning, despite a low turnout, that traditionally benefits No campaigners in Irish EU referendums, a government exit poll reported a “a ‘Yes’ by more than a 60/40 per cent margin.
According to government sources, Ireland’s referendum on the EU’s new fiscal treaty is likely to pass by a margin of more than three to two, but with a turnout as low as 50%. Unlike the Lisbon Treaty ratification, this time the Irish vote matters little for the Union. “It’s safe to say it’s a ‘Yes’ by more than a 60/40 margin,” one of the sources said, citing polling data.