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Maurice Quinlivan TD


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Maurice Quinlivan -Spokesperson on Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation

A native of Ballynanty Beg, Maurice Quinlivan comes from a well known Limerick family.

Educated at Hassett’s Cross CBS, St. Nessan’s Community College and the School of Professional and Management Studies (now LIT), from which he graduated with a qualification in Industrial Engineering and Training, Maurice worked in the travel agency business for many years as a Manager in London and of Budget Travel in the Crescent Shopping Centre.

Maurice was first elected to Limerick City Council in 2009 and was re-elected in May 2014, topping the poll with almost 25% of the vote. Now a full-time public representative, he is Sinn Féin’s Group Leader on Limerick City and County Council and Chairperson of the Council’s Road and Transport Strategic Policy Committee.

Maurice is a member of several groups dealing with drug abuse and he is a Director of the Midwest Regional Drug and Alcohol Forum. He is also a member of the European Committee of the Regions and the Southern Regional Assembly. Over the last six years he has earned a reputation as the hardest working councillor in Limerick city.

Constituency Office 061 319 681

Statements (251)

Merkel’s doubts on TTIP ‘hugely significant’ – Quinlivan17 November, 2016

Lack of vision destroying potential for jobs as Government fail to provide funding for Cork to Limerick road - Maurice Quinlivan TD16 November, 2016

Ireland woefully unprepared for the impact of Trump's tax polices - Maurice Quinlivan TD10 November, 2016

Maurice Quinlivan TD challenges Enterprise Minister on lack of Brexit funding for InterTrade Ireland3 November, 2016

Quinlivan welcomes home 1916 flag from Imperial War Museum1 November, 2016

Government must meet with ICTU on Brexit - Maurice Quinlivan TD26 October, 2016

Government must do more to protect all-Ireland trade from Brexit – Quinlivan19 October, 2016

Budget 2017 fails low-paid workers - Maurice Quinlivan TD13 October, 2016

Paltry ten cent increase in minimum wage is a disgrace – Maurice Quinlivan TD11 October, 2016

Budget 2017 fails to tackle issues posed by Brexit – Quinlivan11 October, 2016

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