Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Sinn Fein at the Clayton Hotel



 From The Galway Advertiser

Not really sure what the purpose of this meeting is at this particular point in time but will go along to the Clayton Hotel on Thursday at 8pm to find out. Strange, that issues relating to Tuam aren't going to be discussed in Tuam.
Issues arising from an investigation at the former mother and baby home in Tuam, which found “significant” quantities of human remains in structures designed to contain sewage, will be the subject of a public meeting in Galway this week.
Sinn Féin vice president Mary Lou McDonald will speak at the meeting, entitled In Searching For Truth, in the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, this Thursday [June 8] at 8pm. Survivors and their supporters, elected representatives, local authority, and State agency officials have been invited to attend.
The meeting will outline what the current state of play is in regards to issues around the interim Report of the Commission for Investigation; the Government response; and difficulties being experienced accessing information and records from local authorities and state agencies.
"This scandal has affected so many families in the west of Ireland and the State apparatus is frustrating the efforts of those people to find the truth about what happened to them, their loved ones, and why," said SF senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh, who will chair the meeting. "We need to help them find the truth. It is extremely important the public educate themselves in relation to the huge injustices that happened, and are still happening, to those who suffered in the mother and baby homes and this meeting will be an opportunity for the general public and others to show their support in a practical way."
Dep McDonald will also launch a discussion document compiled by Sen Ó Clochartaigh entitled Investing in the Public Hospitals Services in Galway. This will be in the Teach Solais Resource Centre at Victoria Place, Merchants Road, at 11am on Thursday morning. She will also be having a number of private meetings with different representative organisations while in Galway.

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