Fianna Fail to hold public meeting in Dunleer next Tuesday

Local TD Seamus Kirk along with Finance spokesperson Michael McGrath will be at the Grove Hotel to answer any questions or queries anyone may have about mortgage debt, personal debt and the Stability Treaty.

Local TD Seamus Kirk along with Finance spokesperson Michael McGrath will be at the Grove Hotel to answer any questions or queries anyone may have about mortgage debt, personal debt and the Stability Treaty.

Fianna Fáil will hold a public meeting on mortgage debt, personal debt and the Stability Treaty in Dunleer, Co Louth next week. Local TD Seamus Kirk will be joined by Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath at the Grove Hotel at 8pm on Tuesday, 15 May.

Deputy Kirk is urging anyone who has questions about the Treaty or concerns about their own financial situation to come along.

“This meeting is for anyone who wants clear answers to a range of financial issues,” said Deputy Kirk.

“I know so many people across Co Louth who are in serious difficulty with their mortgage or have found themselves in debt that they feel they will never be able to pay. Fianna Fáil has published a range of Bills to help tackle these issues, to allow families to keep their homes and to provide some light at the end of the tunnel for people who are deeply in debt.

“My colleague Michael McGrath and I will there to answer any questions about what is available to people in serious financial difficulty, and how the laws should be improved to offer better support to those at risk of bankruptcy and losing their homes,” said Deputy Kirk.

Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath has also promised to answer questions the upcoming Referendum on the Stability Treaty.

Deputy McGrath said, “There has been a lot of confusion about what this Treaty means for Ireland, what happens if we vote Yes and what happens if we vote no. I want to spell out in simple terms what exactly is in this Treaty and what impact it will have on each and every one of us. I am urging anyone who has questions about the upcoming Referendum to come along and I will address their concerns.”