February 27 2017 0Comment

NBRU condemns the Indepentent Alliance; habitual Leinster House plinth dwellers were nowhere to be seen.”

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NBRU condemns the Independent Alliance

27th February 2017 NBRU condemn the Independent Alliance

 

27th February 2017
NBRU PRESS RELEASE
NBRU CONDEMNS THE INDEPENDENT ALLIANCE AND THE PROPOSED CLOSURE OF VITAL BUS SERVICES

General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said:

“the Minister and his Independent Alliance colleagues are indicted of standing idly-by and allowing the decimation of a number of socially and economically vital bus services into rural Ireland; it is frankly appalling that those elected to both protect and enhance vital public services should be left hide in the shadows, in the hope that the dispute between Bus Éireann and its staff will provide cover for their political cowardice. The NBRU has been out campaigning over the last three months alerting people to the fact that their vital Bus service were under threat, we met with many politicians from all parties and none, and however those habitual Leinster House plinth dwellers were nowhere to be seen.”

Mr O’Leary went on to say:

“The NBRU will not be a party to any discussions on route closures. We will continue to demand political accountability in relation to the flawed Government policy which lies at the core of the Expressway Crisis. We will not abandon those towns and villages that rely on this most vital of public services, surely the day has come when even the most anti-union of Fine Gaelers will say enough is enough with regard to the inactivity of the Minister for Transport, and realise that it is their Rural constituents that are going to suffer by the inaction of a Dublin based Minister.”

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