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Dessie Ellis TD


Dessie Ellis

Phone: (01) 6183006/Mobile: 0868541941

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Dessie Ellis - Spokesperson on Drug addiction

Dessie was born, raised and educated in Finglas and still lives locally. He has served as a TD for Dublin North West since 2011.  

Before that he served as a Dublin City councillor for almost 12 years. Dessie is a lifelong republican and was incarcerated for almost 10 years for his political beliefs. 

He has spent his most of his life involved in community politics and is currently a member of the Joint Policing Committee, the Finglas Safety Forum, the Ballymun Safety Forum and the Finglas/Cabra Drugs Task Force. 

Dessie has held a number of portfolios during his time in Dáil Éireann. He has been the Sinn Féin spokesperson on Transport and he was also the Sinn Féin spokesperson on Housing.  He is currently the spokesperson on Drugs. 

Dessie has spoken regularly in the Dáil making many contributions in debates on national and local issues such as climate change, the drugs problem, homelessness, housing, health and much more. 

He has brought many motions and issues to the floor of the Dáil including for example proposed legislation on the regulation of scrambler and quad bikes.

He has been involved in many campaigns over the years, most recently he campaigned against the water charges, for marriage equality and for repealing the Eighth Amendment.

Constituency Office details/Clinic times: Full time Constituency office. Open to Public 9.30am to 12.30 pm Monday to Friday and Monday,Wednesday and Friday 2.00 to 4.00pm. 

Axis Centre, Ballymun 6pm to 7pm Thursdays. 


Statements (441)

Ellis calls on the Government to stand up for workers’ rights on Tesco dispute1 March, 2017

Inner city initiative is welcome but has no long term strategy Dessie Ellis TD17 February, 2017

Dessie Ellis TD raises Tesco strike today in the Dáil15 February, 2017

Tesco must engage properly with workers – Ellis7 February, 2017

Time for an inquiry into Stardust is now – Ellis26 January, 2017

Minister Ross does not answer questions on European Court of Justice directive – Ellis18 January, 2017

Government can no longer ignore forced evictions – Ellis18 January, 2017

Ellis calls on DCC to clarify tender process for Ballymun regeneration17 January, 2017

Ellis welcomes the passing of the rickshaw amendment to the Road Traffic Bill15 December, 2016

Ellis welcomes HSE commitment to fill Nurse vacancies13 December, 2016

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