‘Sympathy wearing thin’ for absent MEP Crowley: FF source
Wheelchair-bound MEP has been unable to attend votes due to illness
Fianna Fáil MEP Brian Crowley is determined to serve his full five-year term despite calls from within the party to resign his seat.
The wheelchair-bound MEP has been unable to attend votes in the European Parliament since he was re-elected in May 2014 for the Ireland South constituency due to illness. According to the votewatch.eu website, he has missed all 526 roll call votes in his current term of office so far.
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