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That actually makes some sense. There is a little problem, though: The ECB doesn't have the legal authority to resolve anything.

That is the duty -please don't laugh - of the Irish bank regulators.

In other word of the people who allowed this whole problem to happen.

But instead of laying the problem at the foot of the Irish authorities, you like to blame others.

by IM on Sat Feb 5th, 2011 at 07:02:05 AM EST
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