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Micheál Martin

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Constituency: Cork South Central
Date of Birth: 01/08/1960

Micheál Martin will be running as one of two Fianna Fáil candidates in the Cork South Central constituency. Since entering national politics in 1989 the Cork South Central TD has served on the Fianna Fáil front bench and in four cabinet posts. Martin was elected as Fianna Fáil leader in January 2011.



Policies
  • Restore the economy
  • Create jobs
  • Deliver reform

 

Did you know?

Martin is a keen sports fan, and is a strong supporter of Nemo Rangers and Cork GAA


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Comments (4 Comments)

  • Tim O'Connell 327 days ago #
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    Well Micheal, did you spend weeks reading MACBETH, before you you planned your moves?

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  • Margaret Murphy 327 days ago #
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    I am fascinated by the Holier than thou air this man tries to project. One would be forgiven for thinking he was part of the solution, rather than a chief player in our financial collapse. This man sat at the table while two finance ministers and two Taoiseachs sold us to the developers and bankers. He was a party to every wrong decision made by Brian Lenihan and Brian Cowan and indeed by Bertie Aherne. How dare he ask Joe Public to vote for him. Throw him out, he has done enough damage to us.

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  • Kate O Reilly 323 days ago #
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    Restore the economy
    Create jobs
    Deliver reform

    Very Vague what id like to know is how micheal you plan to do this very sweeping policies, my question to you is how are you going to help the struggling irish who are unable to afford day to day living, im an expat and when home at christmas i could not get over the amount of homeless people.. Who is going to take responsability for these people and for the current state of out country, I want to know that the next leader of our country is going to be one with morals and a backbone and make ireland as a small nation stand out, can you do this micheal martin

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