Did you know? In the first six months of 2019, Fianna Fáil called for €4.35 BILLION in spending
In the first six months of 2019, Fianna Fáil called for €4.35 Billion in spending and they’ve provided no details about where the funds would come from.
Not only is this extremely reckless, it highlights a huge black hole in their financial plans.
Reckless Fianna Fáil’s spending black hole in numbers
First six months of 2019
This is how much extra spending Fianna Fáil would have promised since you've been on this website:
Fianna Fáil detailed its spending proposals in party press releases, the “Our Policies” section of the Fianna Fáil website, the Fianna Fáil Local Election Manifesto and Oireachtas debates in 2019.
These proposals were examined in detail and collated. This applies to the period of January 1st 2019 to June 30th 2019.
The various spending demands for the first 6 months of 2019 alone would cost taxpayers at least €4.35bn.
Fianna Fáil has made further spending proposals that can’t be costed, indicating that the €4.35bn is a minimum and conservative estimate.
The calculation for "This is how much extra spending Fianna Fáil would have promised since you've been on this website" is based on the following: €278 is the approximate per second increase based on their daily spending call of €24 million.
"How much Fianna Fáil would have spent since you've been watching this video" is also calculated in the same way.