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Martin Kenny TD


Phone 087 6528318 or in Leinster House at 01 6183865

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Martin Kenny - Spokesperson on Communications and Transport

Martin Kenny lives in Aughavas Co Leitrim with his wife Helen and four children. Having been a member of Leitrim County Council for over a decade he was elected to the Dáil in the general election of 2016, representing Sligo, Leitrim, West Cavan and South Donegal.

He was immediately nominated to the frontbench position of Sinn Féin spokesman on Agriculture, Food and the Marine and is a member of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine where he has been a vocal opponent of neglect of rural Ireland by successive governments.

Martin has four constituency offices: Ballinamore, Sligo, Carrick-on-Shannon and Manorhamilton and is available to meet people who need help on any relevant issue.

He can be contacted by email at [email protected] or by telephone at 087 6528318 or in Leinster House at 01 6183865.

Statements (205)

Government must remove barriers to accessing justice and legal advice - Martin Kenny TD27 June, 2022

Loan sharks leaving communities in fear - Martin Kenny TD20 April, 2022

Community numb with grief following shocking murders in Sligo - Martin Kenny TD13 April, 2022

Balance of EU data law rights favours criminals - Martin Kenny TD5 April, 2022

Sinn Féin announce Bill to hold social media giants to account and protect people from online abuse – Martin Kenny TD24 March, 2022

NDLS services must be restored in rural Ireland – Martin Kenny TD23 February, 2022

Cost of cancer care is crippling people in rural Ireland – Martin Kenny TD17 February, 2022

Clear timelines required on refuge supports – Martin Kenny TD16 February, 2022

Protection, detection and deterrent is the three-pronged approach required to achieve a safe community - Martin Kenny TD11 February, 2022

Less than 30% increase in funding for domestic violence refuges over five years – Martin Kenny TD8 February, 2022

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