Green Party members vote against running a candidate

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Subject :  Green Party members vote against running candidate in New Inn / Kilconnell area (east Galway, Republic of Ireland)

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At last nights selection meeting in Ballinasloe (County Galway, Republic of Ireland), local Green Party members voted 6 to 4 against running a candidate in the June 11th 2004 Election for the New Inn & Kilconnell area.
While the reasoning and motivation of those responsible for this bizarre decision is unknown, the result they achieved will nevertheless be very good news for all those who might have had anything to fear regarding the recent "Judicial Investigation" motion into corruption (in the New Inn & Kilconnell area), which was passed at the Green Party Convention in Galway on March 14th last.  
Background information leading up to last night's amazing decision can be viewed at the following Internet address:
Also included at the above address is some associated, outline information on the giant multi-national set of companies: Celtic Waste (Greenstar), National Toll Roads, and Cement Roadstone Holdings; the 100,000,000 Euros raised for Celtic Waste by an international group of banks (lead by the Bank of Ireland); the bribery allegations involving Celtic Waste which were reported to the Republic of Ireland Police on March 31st last (but possibly not investigated it is thought?); and, the threats posed by the two superdumps planned for Kilconnell & New Inn to the many Iron Age heritage sites closely associated with the 2000 year old Turoe Stone - which is believed to be by far the most important piece of Celtic stone-art in the world.

Some interesting background information relating to ownership of
   National Toll Roads (NTR), 
  Celtic Waste (Greenstar),
 Cement Roadstone Holdings (CRH)

 can be found at the 4 Internet addresses provided below.



Banks & Greenstar (Celtic Waste)

"Waste management company Greenstar, formerly known as Celtic Waste, has raised Ä100m in debt finance facilities for its continuing programme of capital investment.

"The five-year loan was led by Bank of Ireland, and includes AIB, Ulster Bank, Bank of Scotland (Ireland) and IIB Bank (headquarters in Brussels)."

The above information comes from RTE report of May 13th 2003  (15:37) at:

IIB Bank


   Bribery allegation (involving Celtic Waste) reported to Irish Police
(March 31st 2004)


   Turoe Stone:


Background information on local environmental problems in the New Inn
and Kilconnell areas can be found at any of the 4 sites listed below:


Aarhus Convention Agreement
Basic Information



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