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Aengus Ó Snodaigh

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Aengus Ó Snodaigh - Chief Whip and Spokesperson on Defence

Aengus Ó Snodaigh TD is one of two Sinn Féin candidates in the Dublin South Central constituency. He has been re-elected to the Dáil twice since being first elected in 2002. A fluent Irish speaker, Aengus lives in Bluebell with his wife Aisling and children. 

A committed community activist, Aengus has never shied from speaking his mind and being active on local and national issues, including campaigns to abolish water charges and the local property tax, Dearg le Fearg, reinstating the Christmas Bonus and keeping Ballyfermot's De La Salle School open.

He is currently Sinn Féin’s spokesperson on Social Protection and Party Whip. Aengus was successful in getting all-party support for his report opposing the downgrading of social welfare payments into a single lowest common denominator payment.

He introduced the first Gender Recognition Bill which successfully led to full gender recognition by the Irish state.

Aengus has been central to drafting and presenting Sinn Féin’s alternative, anti-austerity budgets, as well as publishing major policies on disability rights and opposing JobBridge. He has also introduced several Dáil motions to reverse government Social Welfare cuts effecting the elderly, disabled, lone parents and children in particular.

Statements (817)

Emergency legislation in breach of Good Friday Agreement commitments – Ó Snodaigh3 July, 2008

EU Court ruling highlights Britain’s spying agenda – Ó Snodaigh2 July, 2008

Ó Snodaigh welcomes removal of age restriction on jury participation1 July, 2008

Concern at proposals on Passenger Name Records – Ó Snodaigh1 July, 2008

Localised drugs units needed to complement specialised gang crime unit31 January, 2008

Crime figures highlight Government’s abject failure on tackling drugs – Ó Snodaigh30 January, 2008

Ó Snodaigh welcomes long-awaited publication of Immigration Bill29 January, 2008

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