Democratic Reform recognises that no nation is economically sovereign, not Ireland, not the “European Union” not even the “United States of America” However the proposals of Democratic Reform are based on the belief that the Irish government, alone has the authority to manage the Irish economy on behalf of, and in the interest of the Irish people. The future of Ireland is seen (by some) as being a part of a “United States of Europe”. with a European Parliament, President, and Government.
This poses two very important question.
- Who truly manages the Irish Economy.
- Is the government we elect in charge of the Irish economy, or are they subject to the directives of the European Commission?
During a debate in Leinster House (5Th April 2017) a Government Minister told the House “The government cannot introduce legislation, which is contrary to a European Directive. and which will render Ireland liable to fines for any breach of EU law.”
Until we know who is in charge of our economy we cannot achieve the dreams of our forefathers to create a Nation fit to protect our people, provide for our children, and care for the sick and elderly. We are a very great nation betrayed by the poor quality of our leaders. and surviving not because of our government but in spite of them.