Direct Democracy Ireland Party Political Broadcast Election 2016

Direct Democracy Ireland Party Political Broadcast Election 2016

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Ben Gilroy presents a party political broadcast on behalf of Direct Democracy Ireland for the 2016 general election. Direct Democracy Ireland who recently joined with the National Citizens Movement have 18 candidates in 16 constituencies.

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4 Comments

  • Posted February 14, 2016

    Warren Doyle

    what are your parties views on religion in schools, same sex marriage, abortion, immigration and coalition with Sinn Fein, thank you

  • Posted February 19, 2016

    tony brogan

    Good one Ben
    I am trying to promote DDI on the McWilliams blog. davidmcwilliams.ie
    I live in Canada but was at the Grand opening of the party a few years back. Great ideas but the people are ignorant of the choice they have to vote DDI.

    Good luck

  • Posted February 22, 2016

    john

    You have 5votes in our house Ben. Good luck Ben

  • Posted February 25, 2016

    Andy G

    I can understand not wanting to bail out the banks, since it’s not taxpayers debt.
    Regarding repossessions,… people should buy houses that are within their means,.. the pricing issue could be better dealt with by abolishing the current planning laws and allowing first time home buyers automatic planning permission on their own land which would enable them to build an affordable modest house.
    Regarding water charges,.. at the end of the day maintaining such a service costs money with should be payed for specifically by those people who use the service and not subsidized through general taxation by those in the country who put good money into their own wells. The poor get a substantial free allowance, above which they rightfully pay like everyone else,… .. after all welfare should be about getting by and not living in luxury at other peoples expense

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