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Launching our Stability Treaty poster

Posted on April 30, 2012 at 12:42 PM

Launching our Stability Treaty poster - Launching our Stability Treaty poster with Minister Joan Burton (Director of Elections), the Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore and Deputy Dominic Hannigan (deputy Director of Elections).
Launching our Stability Treaty poster with Minister Joan Burton (Director of Elections), the Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore and Deputy Dominic Hannigan (deputy Director of Elections).

This morning we launched our Stability Treaty poster with Eamon Gilmore TD, Joan Burton TD and Dominic Hannigan TD.

'It's about stability' is written across the poster and this was emphasised by the Tánaiste and Party Leader Eamon Gilmore when he said: "I don't claim that the Stability Treaty is the solution to all our problems. But it's a very important part of the solution. For a stable euro, for investor confidence and for recovery, for a vote of confidence in our future, I urge everyone to support it."

[Listen below for a short audio file of the Tanaiste speaking after the launch.]

listen to ‘Eamon Gilmore speaking at the launch of Labour's Stability Treaty poster’ on Audioboo

 

The campaign Director of Elections, Minister Joan Burton said: "It [Stability Treaty] is about having an insurance policy that gives this country access to a special assistance fund if we need it. And it is about adopting a policy of good housekeeping which this country needs at this moment. Opponents of the Stability Treaty are not just asking you to vote no. They are also asking you to take a leap into the dark which will put this country back into the eye of the political and economic storm."

[Listen below for a short audio file of Minister Burton speaking after the launch.]

listen to ‘Joan Burton speaking at the launch of Labour's Stability Treaty poster’ on Audioboo

Deputy Dominic Hannigan, deputy Director of Elections, said the Stability Treaty will improve 'confidence and stability in the euro'.

We have photographs from the poster launch on Flickr which you can see at this link. A press statement from today's launch is also available to read in our media centre.

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