Monday, May 18, 2009
Sinn Fein condemns Libertas EU visa and cross border Visa proposals
Sinn Fein condemns Libertas EU visa proposals May 18, 11:31 am
Sinn Fein's European election candidate in the northwest has hit out at Libertas proposals which would effectively mean someone from Donegal wishing to work in Derry would require a visa.
Padraig MacLochlainn made his comment after Libertas unveiled proposals which would see people within the EU wishing to work in another country requiring a visa.
The visa would last for two years and could then be either extended or revoked.
Padraig Maclochlainn's claims have been rejected by the Libertas leader Declan Ganley who is also seeking election in the northwest constituency.
He says where inter-government agreements are in place the visa wouldn't apply...
NB Ganley is lying Caroline Simons said it on Today FM on Friday 15th, She made these statements on Irish national radio Today FM Matt Cooper show on Friday 15th May. http://www.todayfm.com/Shows/Weekdays/Matt-Cooper/listen.aspx see The Last Word 5pm hour Friday: 15/5/2009 after the news and sport.
This blog has been urging all candidates in the EU elections across Europe to highlight the Libertas proposals. The remarkable check of Ganley to lie again on this issue beggars belief.