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“The role of criticism shared by the Opposition is as old as democracy itself.”
“The role of the Opposition is an integral and important element of the constitutional organization of Parliament.”
“Fine Gael's Lucinda Creighton lamented that what she called the Opposition's constructive amendments had been voted down by deputies who did not even listen to the arguments.”
“Opposition is one thing, but opposition without offering something better is childish and hurtful.”
“Opposition is one thing, but their transparent political harping tells the public and the rest of the world, including terrorists, that we are not united, and focused on eliminating terror.”
“Opposition is particularly strong in Ireland, which this year will have the worst fiscal figures in the bloc and which, coincidentally, also has a constitution that mandates a popular referendum on any changes that shift powers from Dublin to Brussels.”
“Opposition is based on the fact that there is a viable alternative to tunneling under the high school, as well as the perception that Metro has not been entirely straight with the Community.”
“Opposition is raised with deficit spending, bureaucratic control etc.”
“Opposition is building from librarians because many are being asked (or even ordered) to warehouse the AR collection and administer much of it.”
“‘Opposition is a useful thing to think about,’ I said.”
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