Ireland has heard Japan's call for aid in the wake of the recent Earthquake and has decided to send a surplus of its agricultural and pharmaceutical supplies to help aid Japan in its time of need. At home, Ireland plans to stay the course with its previous efforts in hopes of being able to, in the long-term, reduce the foreign reliance on wood and reinvigorate its once-strong fishing industry. The Irish government also plans to keep the status quo with its National Recovery Plan and plans to begin implementing the property tax and water charges, along with opening Irish Water, a new public utility company to add jobs and support these efforts. President Grizz hopes to have two positive long-term effects with this change. Firstly, the president hopes the added revenue from water charges will help the government fund its other programs and create more public jobs. Secondly, the president hopes that adding water charges will reduce the amount of water people use, as Ireland is one of the top water consumers in the EU. Using less water will once again further the president's environmental agenda.
As a way to continue to improve the technological options for Ireland's workforce, and have more jobs for its young workers out of college, Ireland has decided to further its IDA Ireland program and has decided to place further investments in building this program, focusing on trying to lure technology companies from some of the nations leaders, like Japan and the USA. President Grizz hopes that this effort will be as effective as the recent ones, where Ireland was able to lure a bunch of Pharmaceutical companies to setup shop within its borders. Ireland is hoping to flip some of the recently foreclosed upon land into cheap land for these companies to build on.
President Grizz feels no need to make any further changes to the Irish Military at this time.