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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 (506)

Ambulance Services reports need timeline for implementation – O’Reilly18 May, 2016

Well-resourced Ambulance Service ‘an imperative’ – O’Reilly17 May, 2016

Minister for Health must answer questions in Dáil without delay - O’ Reilly16 May, 2016

Dublin Fingal TD Louise O’Reilly new Sinn Féin Health Spokesperson11 May, 2016

Government already abdicating responsibility in Health – O’Reilly9 May, 2016

Garda numbers are going down, crime is going up – O’ Reilly5 May, 2016

TTIP will make fighting climate change next to impossible – O’Reilly4 May, 2016

Ireland an example of 'worst practice' in parental leave rights - O'Reilly3 May, 2016

Temporarily suspending water charges isn’t abolition – O’Reilly27 April, 2016

Rush better served by dealing with sewage than water charges – O’Reilly27 April, 2016

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