Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil published a joint document (above) to facilitate negotiations with other parties to form a coalition.
The document can be read in full here
Thanks Kevin Deegan
Fianna Fáil leader Mícheál Martin and Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar during the final TV leaders’ debate of Election 2020 in February; from a joint framework document containing 10 key ‘missions’ published by FF and FG for potential coalition
Jennifer Bray, in The Irish Times, reports:
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have published a joint framework document for potential coalition which contains 10 key “missions” and says the “overriding focus” of the two parties is to improve the “wellbeing” of Irish people and society.
The 10 pillars are: Reigniting and Renewing the Economy; Universal Healthcare; Housing for All; A New Social Contract; A New Green Deal; A Better Quality of Life for All; Supporting Young Ireland; Opportunities through Education and Research; A Shared Island; At the Heart of Europe: Global Citizenship.
“To assess the performance of a new government, we must look beyond economic indicators,” it says. “We will create new, credible, quality-of-life measures of individual and societal wellbeing and progress.”
More as they get it.
Pic: Gavan Reilly
Nothing new on housing in FG/FG Draft Document.
Reads like a hastily thrown together summary of @RebuildingIRL
All of this has been promised before but not delivered. Why would it be different this time? pic.twitter.com/9GyNNy6Gf5
— Eoin Ó Broin (@EOBroin) April 15, 2020