Monday April 6, 2020

Libertas to pin hopes on a pro-Catholic agenda

The nascent political party looks set to pursue a conservative line in its search for seats at the next European elections, writes Pat Leahy, Political Editor.

14th February, 2009

Libertas, the anti-Lisbon Treaty group founded by Declan Ganley, is to launch its Irish campaign for the European Parliament elections later this month and will bring candidates from all over Europe together in Rome at the end of March.

The organisation will unveil its Irish candidates, expected to include Ganley himself in the North West (Connacht-Ulster) constituency, in the coming weeks, his spokesman said last week. A conference in Rome on March 25 will mark...

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