22/05/2019

Friday An 'Opportunity To Pass Judgement On Out Of Touch' Govt - SF

Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald TD has said that Friday is an "opportunity to pass judgment on an out of touch and incompetent government".

Speaking as she canvassed in Dublin City centre this afternoon, 22 May, Deputy McDonald said: "This government is out of touch and incompetent. They are wasting billions of euro of your money. The answers are there – the problem is the government won’t take them. They refuse to build affordable homes, they refuse to get rent under control and nobody is every held to account.

"Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael should not be rewarded for leaving a generation with no prospect of owning their own home, they should not be rewarded for 21st century tenements where 42 people are expected to share a kitchen. They should not be rewarded for children growing up in B&Bs.

"On Friday, you can give your verdict. Don't let them use your vote to endorse Eoghan Murphy's record in housing.

"I am asking you to vote Sinn Féin in the local government and European elections. 

"Sinn Féin will stand up for you. Sinn Féin will deliver locally and in Europe. Sinn Féin will make a difference. Vótáil Sinn Féin."


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