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Varadkar’s advice to the party leaders to increase votes by building houses

Dublin: Fine Gael and leader Leo Varadkar aim to turn homeless people’s “pains into votes”. The party is considering a strategy to gain as many votes as possible in the upcoming election by building houses. Leo Varadkar, the party’s leader, revealed this strategy at the party’s parliamentary party meeting. The party is lagging behind in recent opinion polls, and the leadership is planning a series of plans to increase votes.

Varadkar reminded the representatives of their heavy responsibility to build more houses over the next two years. Efforts should be made to assist Irish middle-class citizens and put money back into their pockets. Leo Varadkar also advised party members to communicate their concerns directly to their leaders.

In the discussion, it was suggested that reducing unemployment and avoiding the Brexit hard border are factors affecting the election’s success. It was also requested that the government consider lowering the cost of child care and revising the social welfare and pension packages.

Pascal Donau, Minister of Public Expenditures, suggested that more services be provided to the general public. Besides ensuring better wages for the workers, the Minister also suggested that more affordable houses should be built. The party discussed strategies and methods to take the party ahead in the next elections.

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