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Hogan should resign – Adams

15 January, 2014 - by Gerry Adams TD

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has called on Environment Minister Phil Hogan TD to resign over the debacle at Irish Water.

Deputy Adams made his comments at Leinster House today where he was outlining his party’s priorities ahead of the new Dáil term.

He said:

“By failing to answer repeated questions, from Sinn Féin TDs and others, on the cost associated with establishing Irish Water, Minister Hogan and his department have shown contempt for the Dáil, its members and the citizens they represent.

“He is incompetent. He has been involved in too many debacles. Minister Hogan should resign immediately and the government should abandon its regressive policy on water provision.”

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