Polaiteoir Éireannach de chuid an Chomhaontais Ghlais é Seán Ó Gormlaigh (a rugadh ar an 4ú lá Lúnasa 1959 i mBaile Átha Cliath). Oileadh é i gColáiste Naomh Mainchín i Luimneach, Coláiste na hOllscoile, Baile Átha Cliath agus in Ollscoil Freiburg sa Ghearmáin.
Chuaigh sé san iomaíocht in olltoghchán don chéad uair i 1989. Toghadh é chuig Comhairle Cathrach Bhaile Átha Cliath i 1991 agus bhí sé mar Ard-Mhéara Bhaile Átha Cliath ó 1994-1995. Toghadh é chun na Dála i Meitheamh 1997.
Toghadh é ina cheannaire (mar chomharba ar Trevor Sargent) ar an 17 Iúil 2007. Bhí ...
Green Party leader John Gormley said this afternoon he wants the general election to be held by the end of March.
Mr Gormley met Taoiseach Brian Cowen and Government Chief Whip John Curran this morning to discuss a timetable for passing the Finance Bill and outstanding legislation as well as the timing of a general election. Speaking after the meeting, Mr Gormley said he wanted a general election before the end of March after the Dáil passes the Finance Bill. Mr Gormley said there were “some difficulties” with the Bill but they are “not ...
Green Party Leader John Gormley has said that the Croke Park deal needs to be re-visited. He says there has to be a series of redundancies and better efficiencies in the public sector. Yesterday, Labour leader Eamon Gilmore claimed that his party would honour the deal if they formed part of the next Government."All the parties, again, are not being totally honest about this," he said. "Croke Park is going to have to be revisited, there’s no question about it and everybody, I think, in their heart of heart, knows that."
Green Party leader John Gormley has urged all politicians to clarify their views on the controversial Poolbeg incinerator following the emergence that taxpayers could be forced to pay financial penalties on the development.
If the volume of waste being incinerated falls short of what was agreed in the contract with Covanta Energy that taxpayers may have to fork out in the region of €350 to €400 million over a 25-year period.
Gormley has been fiercely against the development of the incinerator that finally got the go ahead last week after a number of years, but it is ...
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