Ganley launches European election bid

Promising to work ‘‘on the side of the people, not the establishment in Dublin’’, Libertas leader Declan Ganley launched his campaign for the European elections in Galway last night.

14th March, 2009

Promising to work ‘‘on the side of the people, not the establishment in Dublin’’, Libertas leader Declan Ganley launched his campaign for the European elections in Galway last night.

In a speech that laid out a programme that was mostly domestic rather than European in content, Ganley said he would be a candidate in the North-West constituency in the elections to the European Parliament on June 4.Libertas will also run solicitor...

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