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Ruairí Ó Murchú TD

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Ruairí Ó Murchú

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Ruairí is originally from Knockbridge, has lived in Blackrock and now lives in Bay Estate, Dundalk. He has two sons and a stepson holds an MSc in Computing.

As a member of Louth County Council he is involved with many community groups. He is Chairperson of Louth Drug and Alcohol Forum and a member of the North East Drugs Task Force. He is also a member of the Regional Health Forum and is involved with many residents associations.

Ruairí is a Gaeilgeoir and enjoys sports including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, boxing and running. 

He is determined to be part of a strong Sinn Féin team that gives workers and families a break by cutting rents, building homes, reducing crime and ending the insurance rip off. 

He wants to help provide a proper health service and ensure that our education system is improved by abolishing 3rd level, apprenticeship and PLC fees. 

He will stand up for urban and rural communities and protect family farms.

Statements (49)

Junior Minister sends two letters to the Taoiseach's office and gets no reply - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD11 September, 2020

Brexit brinkmanship like 'playing poker with a guy who doesn’t keep the rules’ - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD10 September, 2020

The worst nightmares of border communities could come true - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD7 September, 2020

Families deserve answers about Dealgan Nursing Home Covid-19 deaths - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD20 August, 2020

Ruairí Ó Murchú TD welcomes conviction of Aaron Brady12 August, 2020

Sinn Féin TD Ruairí Ó Murchú praises community clean-up in Bay Estate9 August, 2020

Sinn Féin TD Ruairí Ó Murchú raises concerns about impact of pandemic on mental health services8 August, 2020

Society's injustices laid bare by Covid-19 crisis - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD7 August, 2020

Childcare system 'failing parents, children and sector workers’ - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD7 August, 2020

Cost of servicing loans on land banks must be addressed - Ruairí Ó Murchú TD5 August, 2020

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