How Over 60 Local Election Candidates in Wexford Have Already Failed At Their Job Of Providing Oversight On Behalf Of The Electorate!

Local Election Ballot Papers for New Ross in Wexford had to be reprinted, after Postal Ballots were sent out, due to an error in the order of candidates. Did your candidate even bother to attend proceedings? Is your Local Election Candidate in Wexford promising they will take care of businesses and bring transparency and oversight to the Council? If so they have failed to do so in the weeks leading up to the 2019 local elections. The first opportunity for candidates to physically see the ballot papers, and provide oversight and pick up any potential mistakes, or potential conflicts, was completely ignored by ALL of the 60 plus candidates in Wexford, except for Renua's candidate Dorota Kulesza. Whilst all the other candidates dismissed the issuing of postal ballots as not important enough to attend, or even bother sending an agent, maybe coming from Poland, or being an accountant, Dorota Kulesza from Renua understands the importance of making sure the instrumen

Renua Renews Itself With A Platform To Put Ireland & Its People First. Neil O’Mahony New Chairman

At a packed AGM which proved the old Renua was underselling itself, the new Renua finally confounded its mainstream critics and found a focus and identity. The Irish Identity and the Irish People - a niche that should be the mainstream, which could drive Renua into the limelight! At the AGM held in the Maldron Hotel, Renua discovered that the addition of "Nation State" to its "Six Pillars" in their constitution was more popular than they expected, as many had to crowd standing into the back of the room. This change to their steering document was accompanied by the announcement of 20 Candidates for the Local Elections in May 2019, with many more to come as they continue their recruitment drive. They had already previously announced an MEP candidate. Leader John Leahy asked members present to get people interested in running in local elections to contact them. https://youtu.be/Z2dehZdD0g8 Members also voted on a new Chairman and Treasurer with the newly elect

Cometh The Women, Cometh The Hour – Could Gemma O’Doherty Be New Renua’s New Leader?

Gemma O'Doherty who has been shaking up the system in recent months has finally had enough of the sorry state that Ireland is in, and has decided to launch herself in politics. She hosted a livestream on Youtube announcing her intention to start an anti-corruption, anti-establishment movement which attracted a thousand live viewers. During this livestream we asked Gemma what she thought of Renua and she responded favourably, going so far as to say she has a lot of time for Neil O'Mahony, the recently elected Chairman of Renua. This is significant, because whilst Renua as it is, is probably not anti establishment enough for Gemma, the recent election of Neil O'Mahony, a vocal critic of the establishment, immigration, the Health Service etc. shows the direction that Renua members want the party to go. Like Gemma, Renua is already tough on crime and corruption with Law and Order being one of their "Six Pillars". Renua are certainly looking at ways to bring the out of c

UK Owns Ireland’s Rosslare Europort, Which Bypasses UK and Connects Direct To Mainland Europe, Yet Anti BRexit Irish Government Spurns UK and Fails To Prepare Rosslare For No Deal BRexit

Ger O'Donoghue, candidate councilor for Renua in Enniscorthy Wexford, revealed during his launch speech at the Riverside Hotel, the extent to which the Irish government has neglected Rosslare Europort Harbour, which is Ireland's best direct connection to mainland Europe, bypassing the UK "land bridge" to Europe. This land bridge presents a major problem to the UK and Irish governments with the upcoming BRexit, especially in the event of a no deal BRexit. The imposition of customs at the port of Dover will create miles of backlog for trucks from Ireland heading to Europe. The Irish government under the pro EU leadership of Fine Gail's Leo Varadkar, have been constantly accused of being an EU planted caretaker in the EU plantation, are fully supported by Fianna Fail in a coalition, have taken a firm anti BRexit stance and fully supported all the EU positions, even if it means risking the implementation of a border between NI and the Republic of Ireland (Free State). V

Renua Renews Itself With A Platform To Put Ireland and Its People First. Neil O’Mahony Elected as New Chairman at Packed AGM

At a packed AGM which proved the old Renua was underselling itself, the new Renua finally confounded its mainstream critics and found a focus and identity. The Irish Identity and the Irish People - a niche that should be the mainstream, which could drive Renua into the limelight! At the AGM held in the Maldron Hotel, Renua discovered that the addition of "Nation State" to its "Six Pillars" in their constitution  was more popular than they expected, as many had to crowd standing into the back of the room. This change to their steering document was accompanied by the announcement of 20 Candidates for the Local Elections in May 2019, with many more to come as they continue their recruitment drive. They had already previously announced an MEP candidate. Leader John Leahy asked members present to get people interested in running in local elections to contact them. Members also voted on a new Chairman and Treasurer with the newly elected Chairperson Neil O Mahony f
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