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Louise O’Reilly - Spokesperson on Health

Louise O'Reilly is your Sinn Fein TD for Dublin Fingal.

Louise is a full time Trade Union Organiser and a lifelong union activist. She is a member of the ICTU Public Services Committee and has extensive experience negotiating on behalf of workers in both the public and private sector. She is passionate about workers’ rights and fighting and campaigning against inequality. Louise comes from a politically active family and has been involved in many campaigns over the years, both locally and nationally.

Louise is married to Ciarán and they have one daughter, Dee, who is in college. A regular in Parnell Park, Louise supports our national games and believes that the provision of local sports facilities is vital for our young people.

Louise is standing in the General Election with a promise to abolish water charges and the Local Property Tax. She is committed to tackling the housing crisis in Dublin and building a fairer tax system that aims to create a more equal society.

Constituency Office
Unit 1 The Coachyard
(Behind the Cock Tavern),
Main Street,
Co Dublin

Tel: 01 840 5081

Statements (471)

Major victory for women’s health as Sinn Féin maternity services motion passes3 May, 2017

How bad do trolley numbers have to get before the Government act? – O’Reilly3 May, 2017

All pregnant women should have access to foetal anomaly scans3 May, 2017

O’Reilly calls on Taoiseach to correct Record of the Dáil2 May, 2017

Sinn Féin would ensure resources for maternal mental health – O’Reilly2 May, 2017

Shortcomings in Maternity Services must be ended – O’Reilly28 April, 2017

Resignation of Peter Boylan ‘regrettable’ – O’Reilly27 April, 2017

I want to be Health Minister, says O’Reilly27 April, 2017

Minister Harris should meet the board of the National Maternity Hospital – Louise O’Reilly TD26 April, 2017

Campaign for an Irish National Health Service continues in Offaly – O’Reilly25 April, 2017

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