DDI & NCM press release for our national conference
By Alan Lawes
Direct Democracy Ireland a national Citizens Movement press release for our national conference.
Irelands fastest growing political party Direct Democracy Ireland who just recently merged with the National Citizens Movement will hold their first National Conference in the Greville Arms Hotel on Saturday 16th of January. Local activists Benny O’Connor and Dermot Murphy said they were delighted to welcome Partly leader Pat Greene and all the parties delegates from all around the country to Mullingar.
Pat Greene and Alan Lawes of the National Citizens Movement said they were both looking forward to coming to the Mullingar in order to introduce the parties candidates to conference the media and invited guests who will outline the parties manifesto.
Pat Greene said that the Irish people after suffering years of austerity deserve to be offered the choice of a credible alternative an alternative that will give them the power through the introduction of Direct Democracy to hold any future Government to account.
Alan Lawes added that the Irish people’s hunger for real change has been clearly expressed on the streets of this country in the biggest people’s movement this country has ever seen. He went on to say that the unity to end austerity expressed on the streets has now found a political home with Direct Democracy Ireland and other parties now offering the people of Ireland a real alternative Government signed up to the Right2Change Principles for a Progressive Irish Government.
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