Anthony Connor Louth
Anthony is 42 from Drogheda living in Collon, Co.Louth, he is a family man currently unemployed after been made redundant from his job as a retail Manager in the economic downturn, while actively seeking employment he also volunteers with SOSAD currently as a suicide prevention officer and he is the Secretary of The Community house network in Drogheda.
“There are many issues facing the people of the Louth/ East Meath constituency like housing, Jobs, Health but the one issue that all other Parties seem to ignore is the mortgage crisis, I have being supporting families who find themselves before the courts on foot of Repossession orders and I have stopped many evictions from taking place, with thousands of families been lined up by the banks to face court we need to ask why these families are been ignored. We need a write down on all mortgages as was promised and workable solutions put in place for those acting in good faith to keep a roof over their heads”.
Direct Democracy Ireland is a new movement that has no political baggage and seeks to promote Men and Women who have the best interests of the Irish society at heart and will champion the peoples interests by promoting the ideals laid out in our Manifesto without fear of favour being imposed by an undemocratic political whip system that has failed the people of Ireland by concentrating power within a few individuals to the detriment of Democracy, hence the title of our Manifesto A new Democracy, A stronger Ireland.