Personally I wish them the best of luck.
I have seen reports of Dáil debates. They show them occasionally on the news [just to save the Chinese the bother of tuning into the cameras].
A debate consists of three characters. Firstly there’s the Ceann Comhairle, or Chairman. He’s the bloke on the high chair in the middle, like a judge. Usually he’s fast asleep. Then there is the Opposition. This consists of some bloke who drew the short straw and he can be spotted amongst all the empty benches watching porn on his tablet. Finally there’s the bloke in the Government [empty] benches reading out the Bill that has been proposed for debate. He’s the chap standing up and droning on about something that interests no one. Or maybe it affects every person in the country. No matter, the game is played the same anyway.
There is actually [or so I believe] an Oireachtas [parliament] television channel where one can watch highlights of these tedious debates. This is basically all you’ll get on that channel. I have never watched it. Sleeping pills are less tedious.
So why bother going to the expense of changing the CCTV cameras? It would doubtless cost a fortune – remember, this is the mob that spent a quarter of a million on a fucking printer so God knows how many millions a new CCTV system would cost.
Let the Chinese watch.