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  • Temp image 2 | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    Image 1 Temp image 3 Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Éamon s Newsletter Email Address Search Search for Side menu Register to Vote Social Media Connect Clinics Contact Me Constituency Office Éamon Ó Cuív T D Kirwin House Flood St

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  • Blog | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    the laundries I welcome the McAleese report on the Magdalene Laundries What has happened in the past few weeks has happened and I accept that the Government needs time to produce a detailed response I will be happy if the Taoiseach comes to the House next week with a considered response The report was commissioned to find out the State s involvement in the Magdalene laundries I am disappointed that a number of laundries including one in my constituency were not investigated for one reason or another As far as I am concerned it is not a question of how people ended up in the laundries It would be very wrong if the Government in its response differentiated between the means by which women ended up in them Whatever form of redress is put in place should be made available to all on an equal basis Let us read more Ó Cuív congratulates new EU Agricultural Commissioner by admin Mar 10 2015 Speeches Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Agriculture Éamon Ó Cuív TD has congratulated Phil Hogan on his appointment as the new EU Commissioner on Agriculture but warned that he faces a huge task in resolving some of the issues that face Irish farming He commented I would like to congratulate Phil Hogan on his appointment as the EU Agriculture Commissioner It is very significant that an Irish person has been appointed to this important portfolio especially considering that 40 of the EU budget goes to agriculture It is now extremely important that Commissioner Hogan put his stamp on the role and ensures an equitable and fair implementation of the Common Agriculture Policy CAP right across the country for all farmers Commissioner Hogan must also ensure the commonage issue is resolved in relation to CAP and particularly in relation to the GLAS scheme Free trade in beef must also be facilitated and enforced so that artificial barriers to trade between the North and South of Ireland and between Ireland and Britain are eliminated Commissioner Hogan must make this a priority so the current beef crisis affecting Irish farming can be tackled The relative power of processers and multiples over farmers is disproportionate and has to be rebalanced across the EU it is absolutely vital that farmers and primary producers receive a fair price for their product and a fair proportion of what the consumer pays Commissioner Hogan must also seek to adopt a comprehensive rural development plan to ensure the improvement and prosperity of rural Europe and in particular for peripheral countries like read more Efforts to undermine viability of rural Ireland continues unabated by admin Mar 10 2015 Press Releases Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West Éamon Ó Cuív has accused An Taisce and the Government of continuing to undermine the entire viability rural Ireland He made the comments in response to the latest report from the heritage agency which wants to stop the development of one off housing and force families to move to villages and towns rather

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  • Speeches | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    those cases too can be brought to closure It is time we dealt with these remaining issues and brought them to closure It is up to us as a society because money is finite to make the decision that priority should be given to dealing with this issue in a fair and open way People were deprived of their liberty had to work for no wages and were part of what could be called at the very least a Dickensian system that unfortunately existed too long in our society It is important therefore that we deal with this issue and recognise that the fundamental human rights and freedoms that are fundamental to the standards in our society were denied I hope that next week will bring closure for the people who have suffered and a recognition by the Government and society that this issue will be dealt with even if it is late in the day If it is dealt with in that way next week if an apology is given and if there is a comprehensive response to the report taking account of the long meeting the Taoiseach and the Tánaiste had with the victims yesterday I will acknowledge that although it was not handled in a very sensitive manner last week the important thing is not to be partisan about it All Members should agree to work together and agree that this is a priority action If that means we must prioritise resources which is always a hard decision that must be done Mar adúirt mé is dóigh liom gur ceist an tábhachtach í seo Ach ba mhaith liom ceist chomhthreomhar leí a ardú Is í sin sa sochaí ina bhfuil muid is cinnte go bhfuil cearta daoine á shéanadh Is fada mé ag labhairt faoi seo Ní mar a chéile iad ach de bharr nach bhfuil siad mar a chéile ceapann daoine go bhfuil sé ceart go leor neamhaird a dhéanamh There is another issue I wish to raise which is not in any way equivalent because every one of these circumstances is unique The excuse for having unfairness is using past precedent However while I accept it is not the same one issue that always concerns me is the attitude in our society towards prisoners and detention and the societal attitude that anybody who advocates for somebody who is in detention is in some way condoning people breaking the law I do not condone people breaking the law but I do not believe that gives any right to society to have anything other than the highest prison standards Over many years we have tolerated overcrowded prisons and conditions in prisons that are unsatisfactory We are also creating an attitude in society that those who question that should be questioned as to why they raise the issue I fear that 20 years hence when people correct our copybook some of these issues could be the ones brought to the fore I am very concerned about the structure

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  • Archives | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    this section but it was defeated The Minister has been adamant that he is going to proceed with this section of the Bill However the Minister in response to Deputy John O Mahony did state that he would not commence this section for 18 months I welcome this very much as it will give the people of Galway a chance to voice their opinion on this proposal in the forthcoming election and to reject outright the denial of national port status to Galway Galway Port Company has major plans for the development of the port but it would be absolutely vital for the success of these plans that the status of the Port would be retained as a National Port If the Minister s proposals goes through and if the status of Galway Port is changed there will be no National Port from south of Limerick around the very long western coast to Derry This would leave all of the national ports in the country between Dublin and Foynes with the west coast left bereft of a national port Once again Connaught is being treated as the Cinderella province The potential for Galway Port is immense with the opportunities to

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  • Fianna Fáil (ga) | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    its thinking Fianna Fáil aims to unite all in a common identity of self confident Irish men and women in a dynamic vibrant prosperous nation Fianna Fáil s aims To secure in peace and agreement the unity of Ireland and its people To develop in a distinctive national life in accordance with the diverse traditions and ideals of the Irish people as part of a broader European culture and to restore and promote the Irish language as a living language of the people To guarantee religious and civil liberty and equal rights equal treatment and equal opportunities for all the people of Ireland To develop the resources and wealth of Ireland to their full potential while making them subservient to the needs and welfare of all the people of Ireland so as to provide the maximum sustainable employment based on fostering a spirit of enterprise and self reliance and on social partnership To protect the natural environment and heritage of Ireland to ensure a balance between town and country and between the regions and to maintain as many families as practicable on the land To promote the family and a wider sense of social responsibility and to uphold the rule of law in the interest of the welfare and safety of the public To maintain the status of Ireland as a sovereign state as a full member of the European Union and the United Nations contributing to peace disarmament and development on the basis of Ireland s independent foreign policy tradition To reform the laws and institutions of State to make them efficient humane caring and responsive to the needs of the citizen Joining a political party is a great way of getting involved in your community and expanding your social network Join Fianna Fáil If you wish to become

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  • About | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    island will only come through open dialogue and co operation between all the people of this island and by mutual understanding of each other s perspectives w Irish language and culture That the Irish language should be actively promoted as a living working language and that all other aspects of Irish culture and heritage should be supported and encouraged MY POLITICAL CAREER 2011 Re elected as Teachta Dála 2010 Appointed Minister for Social Protection 2007 Appointed Minister for Community Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs 2002 Appointed Minister for Community Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs 2001 2002 Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture Food Rural Development with special responsibility for Rural Development 1997 2001 Minister of State at the Department of Arts Heritage Gaeltacht and Islands with special responsibility for the Gaeltacht Irish language and island development 1991 97 Member Galway County Council and of a number of subsidiary Committees Analysis Achievements Anecdotes relating to this period 1995 1997 Party Spokesman for Islands Gaeltacht and Rural Development 1994 97 Member of the Forum for Peace and Reconciliation 1992 Elected to Dáil Éireann 1989 92 Elected Senator on the Cultural and Educational Panel Sign Up To My Newsletter for regular updates and

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  • Team | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    Crowes Bar Bohermore Galway Tel landline 091 565922 mobile 087 8254446 Email olliecrowe gmail com Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Peter Keane Councillor 29 The Nurseries Taylors Hill Galway Tel work 091 561964 mobile 086 8258096 Email peter keanesolicitors ie Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Martina Kinane Councillor Stradbally North Clarenbridge Co Galway Tel 087 2692102 Email mkinane cllr galwaycoco ie Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Thomas Noel Councillor Gortachalla Moycullen Co Galway Email nthomas cllr galwaycoco ie Tel 087 7372147 Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Malachy Noone Councillor Crusheen Claregalway Co Galway Email mnoone cllr galwaycoco ie Tel 087 1333711 091 798297 Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Seán Ó Tuairisg Councillor Aille Thiar Indreabhán Co Galway Email sotuairisg cllr galwaycoco ie Tel 086 3864179 091 593084 Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Séamus Walsh Councillor Glann Oughterard Co Galway Email swalsh cllr galwaycoco ie Tel 087 0519884 091 552726 Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn Damien Ryan Councillor Milehill Ballinrobe Mayo Email Dryan cllr mayococo ie Phone 094 954 14 44 Facebook Share this Facebook Twitter Email Contact Me Constituency Office Éamon Ó Cuív T D Kirwin House Flood St Galway eamon ocuiv oir ie Tel 091 562846 Fax 091 562844 Navigate Home Profile Team Fianna Fáil Clinics

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  • Fianna Fáil | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    all in a common identity of self confident Irish men and women in a dynamic vibrant prosperous nation Fianna Fáil s aims To secure in peace and agreement the unity of Ireland and its people To develop in a distinctive national life in accordance with the diverse traditions and ideals of the Irish people as part of a broader European culture and to restore and promote the Irish language as a living language of the people To guarantee religious and civil liberty and equal rights equal treatment and equal opportunities for all the people of Ireland To develop the resources and wealth of Ireland to their full potential while making them subservient to the needs and welfare of all the people of Ireland so as to provide the maximum sustainable employment based on fostering a spirit of enterprise and self reliance and on social partnership To protect the natural environment and heritage of Ireland to ensure a balance between town and country and between the regions and to maintain as many families as practicable on the land To promote the family and a wider sense of social responsibility and to uphold the rule of law in the interest of the welfare and safety of the public To maintain the status of Ireland as a sovereign state as a full member of the European Union and the United Nations contributing to peace disarmament and development on the basis of Ireland s independent foreign policy tradition To reform the laws and institutions of State to make them efficient humane caring and responsive to the needs of the citizen Joining a political party is a great way of getting involved in your community and expanding your social network Join Fianna Fáil If you wish to become a member of Fianna Fáil please contact

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