Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael i Zieloni odrzucili wniosek o przedłużenie zakazu eksmisji
Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil i Zieloni głosowali w tym tygodniu za odrzuceniem przedłużenia zakazu eksmisji oraz przeciwko podejmowaniu interwencji nadzwyczajnych w celu zwiększenia liczby mieszkań socjalnych i przystępnych cenowo.
Welcome to The Weekly Digest from Sinn Féin where we bring you a flavour of the work and campaigns that we have been involved in during the course of the week.
Fáilte go hIris Choimriúcháin na Seachtaine ag Sinn Féin ina gcuirfear ar bhur súil blaiseadh den obair agus de na feachtais a bhfuilimid ag plé leo le linn na seachtaine.
The Weekly Digest
A reckless and reprehensible attack on the peace process
Michelle O’Neill has said her thoughts are with the family of DCI John Caldwell and his colleagues in the PSNI.
She said this was a reckless and reprehensible attack on the peace process.
Everyone across society must stand united against those involved in this attack, and work together to build a better future for all.
Watch Michelle here: https://fb.watch/iUqhx8zGzW/
Gardaí must have adequate resources to keep communities and citizens safe
Speaking in the Dáil this week, after a Garda was attacked in Dublin, Mary Lou McDonald said Gardaí must be able to carry out their duties safely.
It is now very clear that we do not have the Garda resources that’s required right across the state to keep communities and citizens safe.
The Minister for Justice must present himself with an active plan to address this situation.
Watch Mary Lou here: https://fb.watch/iT5fBehj69/
Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and Greens reject motion to extend eviction ban
Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil & the Greens this week voted to reject an extension of the eviction ban, and against taking emergency interventions to increase delivery of social & affordable homes.
Emergency action is needed to tackle rising homelessness. It’s time for change!
Watch Eoin Ó Broin speaking during the debate here: https://fb.watch/iT5wMztnlf/
Decision to exclude 24,000 survivors of mother and baby homes from redress is heartless and disgraceful
Speaking in the Dáil this week Mary Lou McDonald said the decision by Government to exclude 24,000 survivors of mother and baby homes from access to the redress scheme is simply heartless and disgraceful.
She said this cruel rule must be dropped.
Watch Mary Lou here: https://fb.watch/iT5PQQiVd8/
Government must introduce temporary mortgage interest relief to support struggling mortgage holders
Speaking on RTÉ’s Primetime this week, in a debate with Minister Paschal Donohue, Pearse Doherty said the government must introduce timely, targeted and temporary mortgage interest relief to support borrowers struggling with rising interest rates.
Watch Pearse here: https://fb.watch/iT61aLiOi9/
Government failed to support workers and families
Responding to the cost of living package announced by the government this week Matt Carthy said the government has failed to seriously support workers and families.
He said those struggling with rising mortgage interest costs have been ignored and those with no option but to use their car to get to work or school have been penalised.
Watch Matt here: https://fb.watch/iT5IkfDrFE/