Bailin' on bailout
None have paid a higher price to bail out Europe’s banks than the people of Ireland. As the country exits the EU-IMF bailout program and one of the Eurozone’s deepest recessions, doubts still remain about its ability to withstand aftershocks in the future. Could Ireland have avoided the pain by learning from Iceland's example? And can the government promise that the people won't ever have to bail out private banks again? Oksana is joined by Paschal Donohoe, Ireland's Minister for European Affairs, to examine these issues.