Mick Wallace .@sundaybusiness Someone should tell @rtenews - they continue to protect #NAMA and Fine Gael/ Labour's refusal t… https://t.co/6u28Ifqks7
Mick Wallace #Garda Comm claims undergoing "radical reform" - Nothing could be further from the truth. Gov hiding behind it's… https://t.co/HSEKIr8Uez
Mick Wallace RT @YouthsWomen: FULL TIME: Wexford Youths Women 2 - 0 Galway WFC, goals coming from Claire O'Riordan and Emma Hansberry in the second half!
Mick Wallace @WexfordFC lose out 2-0 to @WaterfordFCie in front of over 1600 - Good to see 18 year olds Craig Hayes and Eoin Po… https://t.co/hqVo7dmi5Y
Mick WallaceFollowing the recent EU Summits, Mick Wallace questioned Taoiseach Enda Kenny on European support for the introduction of a no-fly zone in Libya, and how selective many Western countries are in supporting such moves. View Mick's comments in full by clicking here. "I want to know what the Taoiseach might say in Europe this week in regard to Libya. Recent history has taught us that dropping bombs on people is not necessarily the best way to introduce democracy. Does the Taoiseach agree that some of the major powers that have formed a coalition have been a bit selective as to where they might introduce no-fly zones, not to mention drop bombs. There does not seem to be much interest in introducing a no-fly zone in Bahrain or Yemen, and the same powers were certainly not interested in introducing a no-fly zone over Palestine two years ago. Does the Taoiseach agree that Mr. Sarkozy, who has also not behaved well with regard to our corporation tax, has been very trigger happy about dropping bombs on Libya? He did not even approve of the democratic protest in Egypt and Tunisia but he just could not wait to have his Thatcher-Falklands moment in order to drop bombs on Libya. Would the Taoiseach like to challenge Mr. Sarkozy on that issue?"

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