Positive EU directive for Irish Citizens?



sondagefaux

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Excellent stuff, and not something that the Irish establishment would have introduced under its own initiative.

Yet another example of the benefits of EU membership.
 

raspberry tea

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The EU is trying to now prove its useful for something?Let's not hold our breath...In the UK the EU directives and human rights crowd stop deportations of foreign repeat offenders,rapists and paedophiles/murderers etc....
 

realistic1

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The EU is trying to now prove its useful for something?Let's not hold our breath...In the UK the EU directives and human rights crowd stop deportations of foreign repeat offenders,rapists and paedophiles/murderers etc....
If we could cherry pick a few directives, it would be a fine State to live in :)
 

raspberry tea

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If we could cherry pick a few directives, it would be a fine State to live in :)

What is wrong with cherrypicking - being in the EU should be with conditions - not unconditional no borders,no common sense just so we can suit a few eurocrats,vote chasing politicians,fat cat landlords and multinational golf stick swinging CEO's chasing cheap foreign labour, who would think nothing of upping and leaving to china in a heartbeat if labour costs went up a little - all of a sudden the six figure CEO's would come out in a panic and say ''its not economically viable'' ie i want to sucker up more money and cream off.....
 

MjrMarv

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This EU directive was issued in November 2015 iirc.

Why is it news now?
As you can see from the article, it's not about the introduction of the directive, but about information now available because it. With the directive being in place since November 16th, the journalist presumably picked the 6 month anniversary of the implementation of the directive as an opportune time to obtain information about the numbers and types of incidents that don't result in charges and report on it.
 

gerhard dengler

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As you can see from the article, it's not about the introduction of the directive, but about information now available because it. With the directive being in place since November 16th, the journalist presumably picked the 6 month anniversary of the implementation of the directive as an opportune time to obtain information about the numbers and types of incidents that don't result in charges and report on it.
Ceased reading all IT articles years ago.

Sounds like the IT are re-heating what is now old news.
 

daveL

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The DPP are now obliged to inform victims on why it does not bring charges under EU victims directive. Will we now see more prosecutions against the connected members of Irish society?

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/dpp-asked-to-explain-lack-of-prosecutions-in-74-rape-sex-assault-cases-1.2656769
can only be a good thing

and a disgrace that the establishment has to be forced into line by outside lawmakers for something as basic and decent as this
 


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