German government spokesperson Steffen Seibert – Ireland does not enjoy “special status” in the support of its banks. telegraph.co.uk/finance/debt-c…
— angpolitical (@angpolitical) October 22, 2012
12.26 Germany appears to be refuting everything today.
German news agency DPA is reporting that German government
spokesperson Steffen Seibert has said Ireland won’t enjoy exceptions
to the European Stability Mechanism procedure, but said special
circumstances are taken into account.
He added Ireland does not enjoy “special status” in the support of
Earlier today (see 08.59) Irish papers were reporting that Merkel had
told Ireland’s Taoiseach Enda Kenny that the country’s bank debt is a
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