If the people doing the actual running are the same people who are currently aligned to the ideology of the SVHG then of course they would be.The current discussion is mainly ideological. The people doing the actual running are happy with it.
Laws and contract mean what the courts say they mean. The Vatican has to give approval for the lease and the Vatican is absolutely against many of the services which we are being told will be provided by the SVHG. How come they are agreeing to the provision of such services?No, it doesn't. In Ireland, Irish law supercedes anything the Vatican might think. Any decisions made by Catholic (or Protestant, Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Mormon, Muslim or atheist) institutions must be in accord with Irish law as interpreted by the Irish Courts.
Okay, so they don't know the law or contracts etc... how would they, they are not lawyers.Swallows and summers. Anyway, knowledge of.the law is not a guarantee of keeping you out of legal actions! Nothing can guarantee that.
You know all about it and have satisfied yourself that it's all watertight, you tell me. It's also in the article you read.Three out of how many? And a golden share for the Minister? Hardly nun-controlled, is it? Compared to the current NMH setup, that appears to be a significant improvement.
What's that got to do with the provision of medical services?In that case, I happen to own a bridge at the end of O'Connell Street that's currently available - just to you - for a very attractive price!