Has SINN FÉIN Launched a document Why the party believes that a united Ireland has economic benefits.
Northern Ireland’s subsidence figures – UK subsidies – are reported to be about half of the official official figures.
The report cites the experience of the German reorganization as “a useful example of how planned economic integration and investment, including in the European Union, can significantly improve the economic conditions of the small jurisdiction involved in the transition.”
The EU has played a key role in supporting the German reorganization, and the report says that “the EU’s role in the Irish reorganization must be more central.”
“Direct support from the European Union may come in the form of a bespoke funding system designed to sustain a unified process, no matter how gradual the process may be,” the report said.
According to the report, the difference between income and money spent in the North is $ 3.5 billion, so “the final subvention cost could be as low as $ 2.5 billion.”
A similar point a Report on a United Ireland Mark Daly, Cathയർrleich Fianna F സെt Senator in Zion, who found that the UK would initially continue to pay Northern Ireland’s pensions as the pension liability increased as Northern Ireland became part of the United Kingdom.
There has been a lot of discussion between economists and politicians about the real figure.
Irish unity “will create new opportunities and new prosperity for all the people of the island of Ireland,” the report said. The party called on the Irish government to make preparations and examine economic, cultural and social dimensions.
This is not the first time the party has claimed that the reshuffle will not cost as much as people think. A similar paper in 2016 stated that the problem of affordability is subject to “wild ulation rights trade”.
While acknowledging that the party had legitimate concerns about the value and benefits of unity, it criticized the British government’s refusal to “fully open the books” to what would be the northern cost to the British Treasury.
Today’s 25-page report seeks to “inform the debate” about a united Ireland, a conversation that the party says has already begun.
Sinn Fൻin leader Mary Lou MacDonald has called for a referendum on Irish unity within the next five years.
However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government.
Tennis leo Varadkar has said he wants to see a united Ireland in his lifetime: “I want to, but it’s only in accordance with the Good Friday agreement, so it’s only with the consent of the majority of people in Northern Ireland.”
Sinn Fin has raised concerns about the government’s new Share Island unit, a civil service division that is alleged to have revived border ties. Mentally inactive name.
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Last month, Tao Seech prepared the agenda and action plan for the new shared island unit, which received $ 500 million in budget.
Money must be ringfined for use in cross-border projects.