Candidate for Dublin West

Aengus currently works as a policy analyst, which has given him an acute sense of some of the shortcomings in Irish society.

Aengus knows Dublin West is a brilliant place to live. Aengus wants Dublin West to be the best place to grow up, to do business, to raise children and to prosper that it can be, and to help our community grow together.

He believes that we deserve to have high expectations from our leaders, and public services that truly serve the public. To do that we need trustworthy, honest, and accountable politicians, and we don’t have that today.

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“I believe the Social Democrats have the long-term vision of fairness, honesty and transparency to make Ireland a country we can be truly proud of for the next generation, not just for the next general election.”

“I believe the Social Democrats have the long-term vision of fairness, honesty and transparency to make Ireland a country we can be truly proud of for the next generation, not just for the next general election.”

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The 21st of January, 1919. The 27 TDs in attendance (only one woman), and 34 imprisoned in England made a joint declaration of what the Irish Republic should be about.

"It shall be the first duty of the Government of the Republic to [...] secure that no child shall suffer hunger or cold from lack of food, clothing, or shelter. [...] the Nation's aged and [people with disabilities], [...] shall not be regarded as a burden, but rather entitled to the Nation's gratitude and consideration."

The first Dáil, one hundred years ago, were in some ways light years ahead of today's incarnation. If we could just get these few sentences right today, we would be in a much better place.

The Democratic Programme of the First Dáil (English): en.wikisource.org/wiki/Democratic_Programme_of_the_First_D%C3%A1il

Clár Oibre Poblacánaighe an Céad Dáil (Gaeilge): wikisource.org/wiki/Cl%C3%A1r_Oibre_Poblac%C3%A1naighe
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The 21st of January, 1919. The 27 TDs in attendance (only one woman), and 34 imprisoned in England made a joint declaration of what the Irish Republic should be about.It shall be the first duty of the Government of the Republic to [...] secure that no child shall suffer hunger or cold from lack of food, clothing, or shelter. [...] the Nations aged and [people with disabilities], [...] shall not be regarded as a burden, but rather entitled to the Nations gratitude and consideration.The first Dáil, one hundred years ago, were in some ways light years ahead of todays incarnation. If we could just get these few sentences right today, we would be in a much better place.The Democratic Programme of the First Dáil (English): https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Democratic_Programme_of_the_First_D%C3%A1ilClár Oibre Poblacánaighe an Céad Dáil (Gaeilge): https://wikisource.org/wiki/Cl%C3%A1r_Oibre_Poblac%C3%A1naighe

Deeply shocked and saddened to hear of the death of the Mayor of Gdansk, Paweł Adamowicz.

Niech spoczywa w pokoju.
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