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"Mr President, in little over two weeks, the Irish people will go to the polls to vote on the Fiscal Stability Treaty. This is something that all euro area countries and eight others outside the euro area are doing without a referendum. The Treaty makes sense, and I hope that the Irish people will take the opportunity to impose what we call in Irish ‘smacht’ – discipline – on politicians and political parties, so that they will never again be able to buy elections, or draw down huge debts which future generations are lumbered with repaying. Other countries outside the European Union such as Canada are doing something similar. Also on this Schuman Day – since Schuman spoke about solidarity in deeds – I would also hope that we could add an appendix to the Fiscal Treaty by engaging in some form of stimulus. I would ask the bigger countries in particular to help do that by helping us to achieve growth and jobs, as well as a Treaty that would benefit everybody in Europe, and in the euro area in particular."@en1
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