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Next week, Sinn Féin will bring a plan to the Dáil to scrap the government’s concrete block levy plans which are flawed and risk making the housing crisis even worse.

Our motion calls for the government to hold those actually responsible for housing defects to account.
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In reply to @sinnfeinireland
The concrete levy is to cause inflation and increase price hikes of houses making them only affordable two large conglomerates, as illustrated in the WEF documentation
 
In reply to @sinnfeinireland
Name the developers? Are they still in business? We will all pay the bank levy.
 
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Banks responsible for housing defects. Interesting 😂😂😂😂😂
 
In reply to @sinnfeinireland
How many banks and developers owned a quarry in Dobefal that supplied blocks to mainly self builders and small developers ?? A quarry that was licenced by Donegal Co. Co. You screamed for more money, who did you think would end up paying? Not the SF magic money tree.
 
In reply to @sinnfeinireland
Get rid of BAM. Monstrous enterprise who destroyed the medium and small Builder, nevermind spurious tenders and lowered quality and skills.
 
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But did Eoin O B not originally welcome the block levy? Did he claim the gov were copying his idea?
 
Next week, Sinn Féin will bring a plan to the Dáil to scrap the government’s concrete block levy plans which are flawed and risk making the housing crisis even worse.

Our motion calls for the government to hold those actually responsible for housing defects to account.
 

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