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category donegal | elections / politics | news report author Monday April 07, 2008 12:18author by No to Lisbon Report this post to the editors

The people of Donegal will be given a chance to get informed on and debate the Lisbon Treaty (formerly the EU Constitution) later this month.
Subverting Democracy
Subverting Democracy

Despite the efforts of the Twenty-Six County establishment to sweep the upcoming referendum under the carpet, minimise interest and debate and hope for the best, activists across the state are doing a valiant job in attempting to get information out to the public.

On Saturday April 26, Dungloe will be hosting an information evening that will be open to all.

The following speakers will be addressing areas that are vitally important to the Irish people and will be detrimentally impacted upon if the EU manages to implement their Treaty:

Patricia McKenna who will be talking on the topic of environment and socities.

éirígí's Daithí Mac an Mháístír will be addressing the issues of democracy and neutrality.

Donegal independent republican councillor Tomas Pringle will talking about the effect the EU has had on local fisheries.

The details:
Saturday, April 26
Ionad Timpeall Chróín, Dungloe

All Welcome!

author by No to Lisbonpublication date Mon Apr 07, 2008 12:20author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The public meeting will commence at 6pm

author by Bill OBrienpublication date Mon Apr 07, 2008 14:02author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is the best work so far on the Lisbon Treaty,in Donegal ,Thomas Pringele speaking on Fisheries has to be good,comeing from Killybegs,a town all most gone because of what the E.U.did to fishing.,Thomas knows best.We will be comeing up fron Glencolumbkille. Hope to see you all there.

author by Daithí Lachapublication date Mon Apr 07, 2008 15:46author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is excellent news. I was near to kicking myself because I missed the meeting as Gaeilge that was held in An Chrannóg a week or two ago with Joe Higgins, Dónall Mac Fhearraigh, Máire Ní Bheaglaoich and somebody from Sinn Féin due to family commitments, but I'll definitely get to this one.
Beirigí bua! Vótáiligí Níl!

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