Irish Prime Minister Inauguration
Paul Hoskins reported by telephone about Brian Cowen, who was inaugurated as the prime minister of Ireland on May 7, 2008. He replaced… read more
Paul Hoskins reported by telephone about Brian Cowen, who was inaugurated as the prime minister of Ireland on May 7, 2008. He replaced Bertie Ahern, who resigned after 11 years in power amid an investigation into his finances. Mr. Hoskins talked about the career, policies, and personality of Brian Cowen, and the resignation and the legacy of Bertie Ahern.
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