Category Archives: New Irish

Political Reform in Ireland and My Personal Electoral and Political Reform Agenda

Adrian Kavanagh, 29th September 2014 As this website reached the 500,000 views mark over the weekend, I have decided to make this by (again) revisiting my earlier post on what I would consider my political reform priorities to be. At … Continue reading

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CSO Population and Migration Estimates (April 2014): Some Political Perspectives

Adrian Kavanagh, 26th August 2014 The Central Statistics Office release its last issue in its annual estimation of population/migration figures within the state on 26th August, with the publication of Population and Migration Estimates April 2014. This latest publication estimates that … Continue reading

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Political Reform in Ireland: My Personal Electoral and Political Reform Agenda

Adrian Kavanagh, 26th July 2014 Some aspects of the government’s political reform agenda have been achieved over the past three and a half years, including changes to political funding legislation, the implementation of a six-month limit for the holding of … Continue reading

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New Irish (Non-Irish/UK nationals) candidates contesting the 2014 Local Elections

Adrian Kavanagh, 2nd January 2014 This post will attempt to list all of the “New Irish”/Non-Irish/UK nationals candidates who have been officially selected to contest this year’s local elections, or else have declared their intentions to contest these elections as … Continue reading

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