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Ireland is in the midst of an unprecedented economic crisis. It is also in the midst of a serious governance 
crisis. Confidence in the governance structures of the country has been undermined. 
Trust in the regulatory system, the political system and public administration has been damaged severely. 
There is widespread public anger at these failures.
 
Ireland’s international reputation has also been damaged. This is a matter of grave concern, and should be 

The full text of the Finance Bill 2011 and related documents can be accessed below.

Government has failed to protect the vulnerable according to the 17 organisations in the Community and Voluntary Pillar of social partnership. In its five-point integrated recovery strategy which forms part of its submission for Budget 2011 (launched September 7, 2010) the Pillar argues that this failure must and can be reversed in Budget 2011. The key elements in the Pillar's strategy involve:

The 2010 Revised Estimates Volume (REV) provides additional details and 
information in relation to the allocations contained in the 2010 Budget Estimates 
which were set out in the Budget on 9 December 2009. As a general principle, and in 
keeping with the largely technical nature of the REV, the majority of Vote totals, 
Current-Capital provisions, and Subhead allocations remain unchanged, except for the 
following: 
 

On May 20, 2011 the IMF published its Staff Report on the first and second reviews of Ireland's Bailout Agreement.  It also contains other related documents including the memorandum of economic and financial policies and the technical memorandum of understanding

The text of Government's Budget documentation is available below 

"When I presented the Supplementary Budget to this House last April, I said we could work 

Government's Pre-Budget White Paper was published on December 4, 2009.  The full text is available  below 

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