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PRESS RELEASE: Make Your Voice Heard Tomorrow; Get Out and Vote!

PRESS RELEASE: Make Your Voice Heard Tomorrow; Get Out and Vote!

Issue Date Wednesday, 30 May 2012 Press Queries Jenny Flynn, Communications Officer, EM Ireland T: 01 662 5815  E: jenny(at)europeanmovement.ie Right to vote in tomorrow’s referendum comes with the responsibility to be informed With less than 24 hours to go until voting starts in the Fiscal Treaty referendum, European Movement […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Time to Focus on “Just the Facts” – European Movement Ireland

PRESS RELEASE: Time to Focus on “Just the Facts” – European Movement Ireland

Issue Date Monday, 28 May 2012 Press Queries Jenny Flynn, Communications Officer, EM Ireland T: 01 662 5815  E: jenny(at)europeanmovement.ie Weekend polls show worrying levels of “don’t knows” European Movement Ireland (EM Ireland) has today called on all sides debating the merits of the upcoming Referendum to focus on the […]

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PRESS RELEASE: “Europe Needs New ‘New Deal’”, According to ICTU Leader David Begg

PRESS RELEASE: “Europe Needs New ‘New Deal’”, According to ICTU Leader David Begg

Speaking at a public Fiscal Treaty Information Forum organised by Irish not-for-profit organisation European Movement Ireland in Dublin this morning, David Begg, General Secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU), said that he expects that the Fiscal Treaty is going to be passed but that it is going […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Ireland Ranks Second Overall for Ministerial Attendance at EU Council Meetings

PRESS RELEASE: Ireland Ranks Second Overall for Ministerial Attendance at EU Council Meetings

Irish Minsters rank second overall for their attendance at EU Council meetings under the 31st Dáil in 2011, a new report by Irish NGO European Movement Ireland has shown. The Accountability Report 2011, released this morning in advance of Europe Day 2012, shows that Irish Ministers attended on average 86% […]

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