What I do like is action, achievements, and results. Getting things done.

Enda Kenny

Enda Kenny

Profession: Politician
Nationality: Irish

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No politician in a European sense is happy with 26 million people unemployed. Nobody can be happy with 6 to 9 million young people unemployed. You have to give them hope and confidence and a sense of inspiration that the European process is actually about people, not about bureaucracy.

I am a big believer in Springsteen, I like his social comment; I like the commitment he puts into his work.

It is the young people in whom I place my confidence because of their competence, because of their enthusiasm, because of their capacity to meet the frontiers that are changing every week.

You have a responsibility as a locally elected deputy, but you also have a responsibility as the head of government.

For me, it is all about people having jobs, and that is why I make no apology for having focused relentlessly on employment and job creation.

We must ensure that more binding, durable, and enforceable fiscal rules go hand-in-hand with funding certainty for countries pursuing sound and sustainable economic policies. We need to keep pushing forward towards a comprehensive solution to the challenges of the eurozone.

Down the country, people in rural areas are struggling to get a speed of even 1 MB, not much better than the old dial-up system we used to have when the system was in relative infancy.

We are going to serve our full term; there will be no snap election, and we are going to do our best to ensure that 2016 is going to be a good economic year.

People put dates on any kind of comment that you make.

The U.K. and Ireland are like-minded on E.U. matters, and the process of working together in Brussels has built an immense store of knowledge, personal relationships, and trust between our governments.

I have no interest in the trappings of power.

People understand that you have to do difficult things to sort out our own public finances.

My job is to rectify the public finances and hand the country back to the people so they can really have a future, and that is what I will do.

For years, Ireland used to have a philosophy of 'Get them in here to invest and develop in Ireland, and this will sort out our problems.' It is good in the sense of building a trade surplus, but we also want to develop what it is that we offer ourselves and that Irish companies export abroad.