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One House Because One House is Enough

Time to abolish elitist and irrelevant Seanad - Kieran Mulvey Friday 27 September – The One House group - which is campaigning for a Yes vote - has said next week’s referendum is a unique opportunity to abolish the Seanad. With one week to referendum day, Kieran Mulvey, a public servant and former trade union leader, said: ‘The choice in the referendum is between abolition or retention of the status quo. Keeping the upper house will only ensure there is another 75 years without reform. ‘The Seanad is a toothless assembly elected by a small elite of politicians and university graduates for 75 years. It wields no power and it has never held government to account.’ Kieran Mulvey is involved in the independent civil society group One House that is calling for a Yes vote in the referendum on 4 October. Contact details: Web: Twitter: Phone: Email: @onehouse2013 089-4857451

About One House One House is an independent civil society group supporting a yes


vote in the referendum to abolish Seanad Éireann. One House is not aligned with any political party and exists solely as a campaign group for the 2013 Seanad referendum. It is funded by its supporters and its budget will not exceed €2,000. One House Supporters Eamon Delaney, author and columnist; Barry Desmond, former minister; Martina Devlin, author and columnist; Sean Patrick Donlan, law lecturer UL; Alan Dukes, former minister; Blair Horan, trade unionist; Richard Humphreys, senior counsel and local councillor; Gemma Hussey, former minister; Finola Kennedy, member of Constitutional Review Group; Liz McManus, former minister; Arthur Morgan, former TD; Kieran Mulvey, public servant; Jason O’Mahoney, political blogger; Eoin O’Malley, university lecturer; Jim Power, economist; Kevin Rafter, university lecturer and former journalist; Mervyn Taylor, former minister; Liam Thornton, law lecturer UCD; Mary Trayers, solicitor.


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Pr 27 september 2013 mulvey