All is not so rosy in the garden for the Green party, If people were not aware of that beforehand, it came to light over the past week when 3 Green Senators, including Clare’s Róisín Garvey, when they placed down a motion of no confidence in their party chair, Dublin Lord Mayor Cllr. Hazel Chu.
*Henchy’s Cross. Photograph: John Mangan Delays in addressing safety concerns at a heavily traversed junction in East Clare have been strongly criticised with the brunt of the blame aimed in the direction of the Green Party.
*Roisin Garvey and Eamon Ryan in Ennis. Photograph: John Mangan A Clare Senator is among three Green Party representatives that have tabled a motion of no confidence in the party’s Chairperson.
With full government formation takes underway, which have thus far been described as cordial, it’s now looking more and more likely that we will see Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Greens come together to try rebuilding our society and economy in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis.
Following last Monday’s decision by members of Clare County Council to increase the local property tax by fifteen percent, Sinn Féin have hit out at the move describing it as “an unjust tax on the family home”.
Five weeks after undergoing a quadruple bypass, an ex local election candidate in Clare was forced to spend three days on a trolley despite experiencing five blackouts in a short period of time.