The Finance Minister Michael Noonan has told the Fine Gael Ard Fheis, the country is facing a clear choice at the General Election.
He has accused the opposition of having no positive plans to boost the economy.
And he has said voters will have to choose between two distinct approaches: “They can vote for the Government whose policies led to the recovery and whose future policies will keep the recovery going.
“Or they can vote for those parties who over five years, have opposed every single positive policy introduced by the Government.
“And who have no plans which will sustain their recovery.”