Where Do They Stand?


Free lunchtime next Wednesday?

In Limerick?

MASI (Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland) will hold a local election hustings on Direct Provision at Central Buildings at 51 O’Connell St in Limerick city from 1.05pm to 1.55pm.

MASI write:

“Find out where the political parties stand on Direct Provision at this lunchtime event in Central Buildings Limerick. Each party will be given a chance to outline their party’s position, and we will have time for questions at the end.”


In Cork.

Next Thursday, May 16, at 7.30pm in the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs.

The Irish Examiner will hold a debate involving the South candidates for the European Election on May 24.

The event will be moderated by Daniel McConnell, Irish Examiner Policial Editor, and Michael Clifford, Irish Examiner Special Correspondent.

Tickets for the event can be booked here

LE 2019 – Lunchtime Hustings on Direct Provision (Facebook)

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4 thoughts on “Where Do They Stand?

  1. Shane Duffy

    Why should anyone care where they stand? Direct Provision is fine. People seeking help are offered food and shelter. They get what many homeless citizens don’t; a roof over their heads, for free. Some even get college fees free. What those banging on about ending DP don’t seem to mention is where they’re supposed to be housed if it is ended. Why are they keeping his wonderful secret to themselves? Or perhaps they plan to open their own micro boarders; their front doors, let anyone in and lead by example.

  2. MaryLou's ArmaLite

    What if the politicians say that those that are granted asylum can stay and others should be deported?

    Do we then shout them down because we don’t like what they say?

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