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    I heard they had a split.
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    Googling the two constituencies, neither seem to have ran eithet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dame_Enda View Post
    This party appears in the register of political parties. I was curious when wikipedia listed their ideology as "populism". Says they split from Direct Democracy Ireland. Would you consider voting for them in a GE? I'm sceptical of political parties as a concept, but would consider one that allowed freedom of dissent and was not soft on immigration.

    Thejournal.ie says their policies are:

    Abolishing Irish Water and returning control of water services to local councils
    Opposing water charges and water metering
    Opposing the EU/US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
    “Balancing” parental rights
    Constitutionally guaranteed access to the internet
    Ending the Universal Social Charge (USC)

    They also said in 2015:



    This is their logo.

    No economic programme = a pile of useless spoofers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    Renua Nua ???

    Anyway it is good to have more choice.

    There is a problem in thst the diffrrences beteeen many existing options are superficial snd minor.
    Sounds Hawaiian...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dame_Enda View Post
    This party appears in the register of political parties. I was curious when wikipedia listed their ideology as "populism". Says they split from Direct Democracy Ireland. Would you consider voting for them in a GE? I'm sceptical of political parties as a concept, but would consider one that allowed freedom of dissent and was not soft on immigration.

    Thejournal.ie says their policies are:

    Abolishing Irish Water and returning control of water services to local councils
    Opposing water charges and water metering
    Opposing the EU/US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
    “Balancing” parental rights
    Constitutionally guaranteed access to the internet
    Ending the Universal Social Charge (USC)

    They also said in 2015:



    This is their logo.



    More Irish fascists?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Degeneration X View Post
    No economic programme = a pile of useless spoofers.

    "Clearer Transparency"

    Wouldn't the ROI need SOME transparency before trying to make it clearer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Notachipanoaktree View Post
    Is that a yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sync View Post
    They’ve a “new” logo now.

    If it looks familiar, well that’s because you’ve seen the special olympics icon from a few years ago.

    I thought of the old GAA logo
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