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Tralee Town Council passes motion of support for KPSWA

category kerry | worker & community struggles and protests | news report author Thursday March 25, 2010 21:14author by Celia Johnson Report this post to the editors

Tralee Town Council unanimously passes motion of support for KPSWA

At its recent meeting the Tralee Town Council passed the following motion in support of the Kerry Public Service Workers Alliance (KPSWA):

"That this council expresses solidarity with the Kerry Public Service Workers’ Alliance and resolves that there is a more equitable solution to the crisis in national finances and that this council would host a deputation from the KPSWA at the next monthly meeting"
The motion was proposed by Cllr. Toireasa Ni Fhearaiosa (Sinn Fein) and seconded by Cllr. Cathal Foley (Sinn Fein). It was passed unanimously.

A similar motion has been put down for the Kerry County Council and is due to be considered at its next meeting.

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