FFG Government Ministers caught again

Not sure about that! Have lost out to SF and other left wing candidates recently. Only 3 tds in Dublin - relying on local big personal vote getters, Sherlock, Kelly, Howlin for the few seats they have and they are stagnant in the polls.
Bacik needs to up her game considerbly or she's in big trouble.
Do you think she’ll qualify for Europe? Like Johnny Rotten is trying to?

Philip Ryan and Fionnán Sheahan
January 25 2023 07:53 PM​

Sinn Féin has been forced to reveal more than €2,000 in undeclared elections expenses related to the 2016 General Election.​

The party will now file yet another amendment to their Standards in Public Office Commission (Sipo) election declaration after the Irish Independent revealed they failed to pay a bill for venue hire seven years ago.
Mary Lou McDonald’s party finally paid the Royal Irish Academy today for use of their venue during their election campaign after details of the unpaid invoice was published.
Ms McDonald along with Sinn Féin deputy leader Pearse Doherty have led the charge in criticising Public Expenditure Minister Paschal Donohoe over his failure to properly declare election donations from businessman Michael Stone.
However, it has now emerged they have made significant errors in their own party election declarations for the same campaign that sparked controversy for Mr Donohoe.
In an unprecedented move the party published details of their spending on venue hire after failing to detail any of the expenses in their official submissions to Sipo.


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I find this bit particularly concerning. Why would a party that wants to be in government ignore a national newspaper?

After initially ignoring queries from the Irish Independent about their election expenses, the Sinn Féin press office detailed how they now have to contact Sipo to alert them to missing the €2,160.70 on their declaration.

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