Emigration is vote of no-confidence in government

“For every ten jobs that existed in 2008, only four remain today. The result is that 86,870 people left this country last year – a demographic tidal wave of economic refugees unequalled since the Famine. Our neighbours and loved ones have left, because our government has created an environment without prospects, without possibilities, and without hope. They have left because of a fundamental lack of political vision – and the abdication of successive government’s responsibility to Ireland, first.”

Read more at WexfordSinnFein.com

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