Fine Gael Election Interference (Sligo)

It’s far more important that guests to our land have a say in the running of our community’s. Far more important than if you can effore to get to work or your children have a home, a job or food, a decent way of life with dignity and respect? fuck you we have “international obligations” thats what I am taking from this election cycle. how about you? If we can not turn the traitorous wave what is next? bare in mind “YOU’LL NEVER BEAT THE IRISH”

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Local Election Candidates

Local Elections in Ireland are a crucial aspect of the country’s democratic process, providing citizens with the opportunity to directly influence decisions that affect their daily lives. These elections, which typically occur every five years, determine the membership of local authorities, including city and county councils. The elected representatives, known as councilors, are responsible for making decisions on a range of local issues, from planning and development to waste management and housing. The outcomes of these elections can significantly shape the character and development of communities across Ireland.

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