Irish finane minister seeks bailout

By Justin Reis

Irish finance minister said today he seeks support from his country's cabinet fort a financial bailout from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union.

According to the Guardian, the Irish government has agreed to fund a "contingency loan" to pat the country's multibillion-euro bank rescue program.

Brian Lenihan, the minister of finance, said, "I will be recommending to the government that we should apply for a program and start formal applications."

The cabinet is meeting in Dublin to finalize is four-year bailout plan.

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