Sinn Fein says it will publish a plan in the coming weeks to reduce Ireland’s deficit – while growing the economy.
The party says the four year budgetary plan – outlined by the Government today – is anti-jobs, anti-growth and pro-austerity.
It says the 12.4 billion euro programme of tax hikes and spending cuts is a continuation of the Fianna Fail Green Party coalition’s choices.
Sinn Fein’s Finance spokesperson – Pearse Doherty – says the party would achieve the necessary savings but with less impact on taxpayers:
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