Sat June 27th- Stop The Stitch Up – Convention Centre 12pm

This Saturday, the government parties have booked the Convention Centre for a special sitting of the Dáil, where they’ll attempt to elect Micheál Martin as Taoiseach at the head of an FF-FG-Green Coalition.

This government and its programme are not the change that people voted for. It’s a stitch up, to return Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil to power, to save the old establishment.

The programme for government fails to deliver on numerous issues – on housing, health, climate action, workers rights and childcare, to name a few.

What’s worse, is that faced with another deep recession, the parties involved have committed to following recommendations made by the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council which would involve austerity near or at the scale of what was implemented during the last crisis.

Stop the Stitch Up are a coalition of activist groups, political parties and organised workers – we want to lay down a marker to the new government, to show them that the fight for change will continue on the streets and in our workplaces and that we will not pay the price of saving their system again!

Join us for a socially-distanced gathering at the Convention Centre this Saturday at 12pm!

A limited supply of face masks will be available but please bring your own if you have them.

Endorsed by:

  • United Against Racism
  • Campaign for an All Ireland NHS
  • Debenhams Workers
  • Aer Lingus Cabin Crew
  • Building Workers Know Your Rights
  • People Before Profit

Health and Safety First

  • If you have vulnerable family members or have personal concerns please don’t attend the protest.
  • Wear a mask
  • Stay socially distanced – like in public parks 2 meters apart
  • Refrain from physical contact with others
  • Bring hand sanitisers and use them thorough the day
  • Follow the 20 km or county border travel restriction rule
  • Follow all health and safety rules at all times
  • Do not gather in large groups but spread out
  • Leave room for pedestrians to pass safely

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