Tuesday May 26, 2020

Freeman campaign's focus on mental health

Though she is a practising Catholic with family links to the anti-abortion movement, Joan Freeman is also a fervent believer in the separation of Church and state

23rd September, 2018
Joan Freeman: ‘I’m obsessed with the wellbeing of this country’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

Joan Freeman, the founder of Pieta House and independent senator, wants to be president because she believes she has a proven track record of serving the people of Ireland. “I think by using the highest office in the land, it would be the greatest honour to continue serving the people of our country. And I think with my proven track record and the qualities that I’m bringing to the role, I suppose it makes me...

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