By Conor Humphries
DUBLIN | Fri Nov 18, 2011 3:36pm GMT
(Reuters) - The Irish government has complained to European partners after confidential budget information shared with its EU-IMF lenders was leaked by German lawmakers, sparking a political storm at home.
New German laws give its parliament the right to be fully informed about bailout countries' progress before new trenches of funds are paid out and Ireland
's main opposition party led cries Germany was now calling the shots in Europe.
Germany is calling shots all over Europe," Fianna Fail leader Michael Martin told Reuters.