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The idea that calling for a referendum is a good strategy for winning significant reforms often crops up in campaigns. It seems logical, as a referendum is a chance for the population to directly make a decision on the issue to hand. But the reality is that the demand for a referendum is seldom, if ever, the best way to build a struggle for a reform. Here are five reasons why: read full story / add a comment
international / elections / politics / opinion/analysis Tuesday November 01, 2011 14:59 by Costas 3 comments (last - wednesday november 02, 2011 11:10)
Referendums,parliaments, Democracy.Greece-Ireland. read full story / add a comment
As you may recall at the last General Election, the Registrar would not allow Fís Nua candidates to stand as a party because we were four days shy of registration, even though we had submitted all our paperwork prior to Christmas (the holidays ate into our application process). read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / opinion/analysis Thursday October 13, 2011 16:03 by An Puc ar Buile 8 comments (last - saturday october 15, 2011 11:15)
Observing the recent series of interchanges between Martin McGuinness and his varied and many opponents in the Republic’s media and political circles, An Puc has been minded of experiments carried out by the famous psychologist Sigmund Freud. read full story / add a comment
The People's Association Watchdog have added a page to their website to give everyone a basic understanding of the upcoming referendums and their implications. read full story / add a comment
Statement by the President of Republican Sinn Féin Des Dalton read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / news report Thursday September 22, 2011 09:16 by Audi O Murphy 23 comments (last - saturday october 08, 2011 11:33) 7 audio files
Two successive days of entertaining radio as the motley crew opposing Martin McGuinness (Michael McDowell, Fintan O'Toole, Ed Moloney, Gregory Campbell, etc) get their act together.
Fintan and Ed have difficulty debating. On Tuesday (Sept 20) on the Pat Kenny Show, Ed Maloney refused to appear with Danny Morrison. That was after imposing the same conditions on the BBC. A very important fellow is Ed, who likes to be able to chose who is good enough to appear alongside his elevated self.
An even more important person is Fintan O'Toole, who, after a long innings on Radio Ulster's Stephen Nolan Show (September 21), took up his ball and ran. He was unable to persuade the great unwashed) to be quiet while the great one droned on uninterrupted.
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national / elections / politics / news report Sunday September 18, 2011 00:07 by Ruaidhrí O' Conghaile 41 comments (last - friday october 07, 2011 23:47) 10 images 7 video files 6 audio files
It was announced earlier today that Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness is set to run for the office of Uachtarán na hÉireann, President of the Republic of Ireland.
The former Provisional I.R.A leader has said that he will run on a broad progressive platform building upon his role in the peace process in the north of Ireland.
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international / elections / politics / opinion/analysis Tuesday July 12, 2011 23:22 by Michael Cross 1 video file
Are traits associated with psychopathic personality actually assets to an ambitious politician or highly driven member of the corporate world? read full story / add a comment
The IRSCNA sends good luck wishes to the IRSP's candidates in the North's council elections read full story / add a comment
A surprise new candidate for the West Belfast constituency has been announced. read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / news report Sunday April 03, 2011 17:57 by Pat Cox for the Aras 10 comments (last - friday june 10, 2011 19:26) 3 images
In these uncertain times, when people feel unclear about the future and what it might hold, here's a a piece of news that should unite everyone in Ireland.
Pat Cox is considering running for election to the post of President of Ireland. read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / opinion/analysis Saturday March 26, 2011 16:28 by Christopher Isherwood 2 comments (last - wednesday april 25, 2012 04:25) 1 image
There is not one word on his literature about his position on abortion, civil partnership, his opposition to gay rights in general, his opposition to sex education. Not one word about religious values. No reference to his support for the Iona Institute and the right wing economic policies of its director David Quinn (overspending on public services was the problem)
His Brief CV makes no mention of his period as sec to archbishop Connell. He is only for adult stem cell research etc
You would think he was a soft-hearted liberal!
When will he come out as a catholic extremist? read full story / add a comment
++++ Press Conference ++++
Announcement of IRSP Candidates for 5th May
Local Government Elections in 6 Counties
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national / elections / politics / news report Sunday March 20, 2011 21:11 by Robin Hanan 1 video file
Robin Hanan is a lifelong campaigner for human rights and social justice who is contesting the election for the Seanad in the Trinity College constituency. He's looking for number 1 votes to put social justice at the top of the agenda for the Seanad election.. Read on to find out more. read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / press release Friday March 18, 2011 20:10 by Paddy Healy 1 comment (last - monday april 11, 2011 12:45)
Paddy Healy, Former President, TUI,
Independent Candidate for Seanad Eireann
Tireless Campaigner for Education and Public Services
An Independent Voice for All Public Servants including Teachers, Lecturers, Social Workers, Health Workers, All Administrative and Maintenance Staff , and all Public Service Pensioners as New Government Promises to eliminate 25,000 Jobs
A Voice for Academic Freedom As New Government Reinforces Existing Threats and Department of Education threatens further pay cuts for Lecturers.
Paddy Healy 086-4183732, email@example.com, Blog: http://paddyhealy.wordpress.com
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dublin / elections / politics / feature Wednesday March 16, 2011 14:01 by Maire 3 comments (last - thursday march 17, 2011 14:09) 2 video files
Rosaleen McDonagh is contesting the Seanad Election in the Dublin University Constituency. She is a well known Traveller activist, feminist and writer. read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / news report Friday March 11, 2011 15:19 by Michael Gallagher 2 comments (last - friday march 11, 2011 15:29) 15 images
More photos on issues about workers, anti racism, Shell to Sea and anti war etc @:
Thanks for looking. read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / press release Tuesday March 08, 2011 09:56 by Michael Gallagher 4 images
Via ULA Press Release March 7th 2011.
People voted out Fianna Fáil but new government offers more of the same.
United Left Alliance will be the radical opposition in the Dáil and will advocate strategy of people power protest against austerity read full story / add a comment
national / elections / politics / opinion/analysis Saturday March 05, 2011 13:52 by Graduate 36 comments (last - monday april 25, 2011 15:23) 1 video file 1 attached file
FF, FG, Labour, ex-PDs, and other shades of establishement opinion are putting themselves forward as 'independents' in the upcoming election to Seanad Éireann. The mask of 'disability campaigner' or 'human rights advocate' is unfortunately the last refuge of some of them. This is most obvious on the university constituencies. Here I have outlined the party loyalties of some of them. read full story / add a comment
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