Re: Should we change the law on abortion?
Abortion legislation is going to be tricky for the coalition.
Lucinda is one of fifteen FG TD's very upset and states that this is a red line issue for FG
Our Minister of European affairs also argues -
Some 15 TDs said they would oppose legislation that would pave the way for abortion and insisted the findings of the expert group on abortion be discussed with them before it is brought to Cabinet.
Oh our European "partners" as Lucinda likes to call them will be really pleased with the new Lucy solidarity show.
Minister of State Lucinda Creighton and Limerick Fine Gael TD Patrick O’Donovan both argued the State was not bound to ECHR decisions in the same way as it was to the European Court of Justice.
Meanwhile Eamon is out of the blocks - Gilmore: Issue of abortion will not destabilise Government -
"We have established structures within government which enable us to make key decisions on a joint basis," he said.
"We have a very good working relationship, particularly between the Taoiseach and myself, which is capable of resolving any issue that arises within the lifetime of the Government."
Thomas Jefferson : Banking Establishments are More Dangerous to our Liberties than Standing Armies.