PROTECT IRISH HOMES FROM BANKS - HELP US DEMAND THE PROTECTION OF OUR GOVERNMENT - HELP US GET FAIRER USA STYLE SYSTEM
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Why this is important
Irish Premier Enda Kenny described the homeowner debt crisis - following economic collapse; bursting of the property bubble and the treasonous merging of Sovereign and Banker Debt a the biggest national crisis facing Irish people since the Land Wars in the British Colonial Days of the late 19th Century. In Ireland there is no sharing of debt risk between the lender and borrower. However, Government is bringing in reasonably progressive new legislation on debt management BUT unbelievably are giving the Bankers a Veto on participation in its debt resolution processes. This will make the new law useless. Banks, through the courts are already evicting one homeowner per day. The present law disables a Judge from taking any circumstances into account other than the bank paperwork. This is unjust on a population of 4.5 million (2 million workforce - 800,000 mortgages) on which some €50 billion of Bank bailout debt has been placed and which will impoverish generations to come.
SIGN THIS PETITION
We ask that the new Insolvency Bill prioritises the protection of Irish homes, in line with the principles of social justice and common good enshrined in the Irish Constitution by leveling the playing field between banks and families. Bankers must not be given a Veto on participation in the debt resolution processes under the new Insolvency law. We urge you to change the existing law to allow Judges more flexibility in deciding on banker requested eviction orders and to consider shared risk in mortgage debt between the lender and the borrower.
TO be delivered to:
Enda Kenny, Taoiseach (Prime Minister), Republic of Ireland
be delivered to:
Eamon Gilmore, Tánaiste (Assistant Prime Minister) Republic of Ireland