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Ang gobyerno ng Ireland ay nagtatakda ng pinakamalaking plano sa pamumuhunan kailanman

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Inihayag ng gobyerno ng Ireland ang pinakamalaking plano sa pambansang kaunlaran sa kasaysayan ng estado habang inilabas nito ang mga panukala sa paggastos para sa susunod na dekada, nagsusulat ang BBC.

Inaasahan ng plano ang isang kabuuang pamumuhunan na € 165 bilyon (£ 141 milyon) sa pagitan ngayon at 2030 sa iba't ibang mga proyekto sa kapital tulad ng imprastraktura ng pabahay at transportasyon.

Taoiseach (Irish PM) Micheál Martin hailed it as “unprecedented in scale”.

He said the plan will “drive the next phase of our post-pandemic recovery and will create thousands of jobs”.

The investment will include extra money for cross-border projects, with capital funding for the government’s Shared Island initiative to be “at least doubled” to €1bn (£853m) until 2030.

Mr Martin said the planned spending of €3.5bn on north-south infrastructure was a “significant increase” in investment on infrastructure projects.

He described the investment as “a pragmatic approach on our side”.

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Kasama sa mga proyektong iyon ang pamahalaang Irlando na pinopondohan ang Narrow Water Bridge sa pagitan ng mga county na Louth at Down, ang Ulster Canal at ang A5 na daan pati na rin ang mas maraming perang gagastusin sa mga greenway, mas mataas na edukasyon, biodiversity at mga parkeng pang-industriya.

However, opposition parties have questioned the government’s costings and timescales, with the Labour Party dismissing the plan as a “work of fiction”.

Outlining the coalition government’s investment priorities, the taoiseach said they would “respond to the housing crisis and tackle the climate emergency” at the same time as reforming public services.

Inanunsyo niya ang isang target na magtayo ng 300,000 mga bagong bahay sa pagtatapos ng 2030, na kung saan ay isasama ang 90,000 mga tahanang panlipunan, 36,000 abot-kayang mga bahay sa pagbili at 18,000 mga paupahang gastos sa pag-upa.

He also said there would be a swift reform of the planning system to address “the planning and legal delays which bedevil infrastructure and housing projects in Ireland”.

The investment will including extra money for cross-border projects, with capital funding for the government’s Shared Island initiative to be “at least doubled” to €1bn (£853m) until 2030.

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The investment proposals were presented as the revised “National Development Plan” – an updated version of a capital spending programme first outlined in 2018.

Ang binagong bersyon ay mas magastos at ambisyoso, dahil nagsasangkot ito ng halos € 50bn (£ 42m) ng labis na paggastos na inilarawan sa tatlong taon na ang nakakaraan.

The new plan includes a €35bn (£30m) investment package for Ireland’s transport system, including proposals for new light rail systems and 1,000 km of new and improved walking and cycling infrastructure.

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan, who is both the minister for the environment and minister for transport, said it would create a “cleaner, greener, connected Ireland”.

“It means that for every euro we invest in new road infrastructure we’re investing twice as much in new public transport,” Mr Ryan added.

However, the Labour Party’s spokesperson on finance and public expenditure, Ged Nash, called the revised National Development Plan “a work of fiction”.

“The glossy updated plan is an expensive reheat of the 2018 version,” he said.

“How can we take a plan to develop public transport links like Metro Link and the Dart extension to towns like Drogheda seriously if no costings or firm timelines are published?” Mr Nash asked.

“If government had the confidence that the vast number of projects mentioned in the plan would be delivered, then they should publish clear costings and the indicative delivery dates.”

Sinn Féin’s housing spokesman Eoin Ó Broin said the plan was “very disappointing news for housing”.

He claimed the actual extra spending on social and affordable housing in 2022 “will be minimal”.

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