Oireachtas Members & The Guardian of the Constitution

From :  William Finnerty <wfinnerty@eircom.net>
Sent :  Wednesday, September 15, 2004 7:09 AM
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CC :  "President Mary McAleese" <webmaster@aras.irlgov.ie>, "Martin Egan (Principal Lawyer, Fair Murtagh Law Firm)" <martinegan@fair-murtagh.ie>, "Gearoid Geraghty (Lawyer, Fair Murtagh, Ballinasloe)" <gearoidgeraghty@fair-murtagh.ie>, "Law Society (Republic of Ireland)" <H.Mountaine@LawSociety.ie>, "Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy (Chief Commissioner of Police, Republic of Ireland)" <comstaff@iol.ie>, "Assistant Police Commissioner (Galway area)" <ekeating@iol.ie>
Subject :  Guardian of the Constitution

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Dear Oireachtas Member,
I wish you to know there are some extremely serious issues connected with the manner in which President Mary McAleese treats her role as "Guardian of the Constitution", a role which I regard as the most important by far of any President of the Republic of Ireland.
What I see as irrefutable evidence of this difficulty can be found in the e-mail text below (Sent: Saturday, September 04, 2004 11:22 AM) to Mr Ray Norton, Director of Services, at Mayo County Council.  It relates to the Review of Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan, and the fact that alterations to the Waste Management Act appear to violate Article 28A of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland in a very straightforward and obvious way. 
A number of people (including myself) are suffering very badly as a direct consequence of President McAleese signing her name to legislation which appears to be wholly unconstitutional. 
With the current election controversy of nominating people to oppose President McAleese in mind, it would be much appreciated if you would please take careful note of the evidence reproduced below, which I sent (by registered post) to Mr Norton on September 4th 2004.
For future reference purposes, it is my intention to place a copy of this e-mail at the following Internet address:
Yours sincerely,
William Finnerty.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2004 9:30 AM
Subject: Presidential election letters to Galway politicians

Dear Mr Ryan,
I was delighted to learn yesterday that you are seeking nomination to run for President.
For me, by far the most disturbing thing going on in this country at the present time is the way President Mary McAleese appears to be utterly failing in her duty as Guardian of the Constitution; and, the next most disturbing thing is that she appears to be getting away it - completely unopposed so far - as far as ALL of the opposition political parties are concerned.
In the e-mails below copied to Galway City Mayor, Councillor Catherine Connolly, I have attempted to provide what I consider to be irrefutable evidence of this particular "President McAleese" problem: which, as I see it, is producing unconstitutional legislation. 
As a result of such legislation, it appears to me that the vast majority of the citizens of this country (including myself) are being arrogantly betrayed by President McAleese.
I hope that you will be able to find the time to consider the evidence of unconstitutional legislation I have provided through the e-mail texts below.
Last but not least, I wish you every success in your efforts to be nominated to run for President.
Yours sincerely,
William Finnerty.
PS: A copy of the e-mail below to Mayor Catherine Connolly can also be viewed at the following Internet address:
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 10:03 PM
Subject: Fw: "Presidential election" letter to Galway politicians
Dear Mayor Connolly,
As there are plans to locate an incinerator in Galway City I understand, it seems to me that the information in the three emails I have copied below may be of some interest to you and your colleagues on Galway City Council.
Though I would like to have copied this e-mail to all fifteen Galway City Councillors, the list provided at http://www.galwaycity.ie/content/council_members.asp contains e-mail addresses for a total of six only.
Assuming you consider it appropriate, please pass on this information to the remaining nine Galway City Councillors.
Yours sincerely,
William Finnerty.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 12:29 PM
Subject: "Presidential election" letter to Galway politicians
Dear Mr McGrath,
I saw your name mentioned in an Irish Independent newspaper article today; and, as a result of what I read, I feel it may be appropriate for me to forward to you a copy of the e-mail I sent this morning to the County Galway politicians (please see below).
It relates to the possibility that President Mary McAleese may (if she so chooses) stay on in her present position UNOPPOSED for a further 7 years.
Personally, I believe it really is asking for yet more social trouble if this happens: unless perhaps President McAleese were to do an about-turn (which seems unlikely to me), and start behaving responsibly in what I see as her most important job (by far): i.e. her role as Guardian of our Constitution.  From my viewpoint, and as a person who has suffered grievously as a direct result of certain things she has done (and failed to do) while in her present position, her performance to date might well be described as reckless, and wholly irresponsible.  Some of my reasons for feeling this way can be found in the two e-mails copied below.
Wishing you every success in your search to find someone to oppose our present so called "guardian" of the Republic of Ireland Constitution.
Yours sincerely,
Mr William Finnerty
"St Albans"
New Inn
County Galway.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 10:08 AM
Subject: Fw: Review of Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan

Dear Democratically Elected Representative for Galway,
With due regard for the fact that President Mary McAleese, the present GUARDIAN of our Constitution, may (if she so chooses) soon be returned UNOPPOSED to Aras an Uachtarain, it would be very much appreciated if you could please take careful note of the contents of the e-mail below: which was sent last Saturday to Mr Ray Norton in connection with the Review of the Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan.
Please note that the Galway County Council list of addresses used for this e-mail has been taken from the following Internet page location: http://www.galway.ie/councill/meet_councillors.asp;and, that the list on this page does not contain any e-mail information for many (possibly all) of the Galway County Councillors who were elected for the first time last June.  Consequently, I would be very grateful if you could try to take steps to ensure that ALL of my Local Government representatives are made aware of the contents of the e-mail below to Mr Norton please.
Finally, I wish to state that I would very much welcome any comments which anyone might wish to make to me regarding the EXTREMELY serious social matters raised in the e-mail below.
Yours sincerely,
Mr William Finnerty.
"St Albans"
New Inn
County Galway.

----- Original Message -----
Cc: New Inn Anti-Dump Chairman (Vincent Costello) ; Kilconnell Anti-Dump Group Secretary (Annette Gilchrist) ; An Taisce (Yahoo Discussion Group) ; Ann Marie Kelly Discussion Group ; CelticParty(Yahoo) ; East Galway Green Party (Siobhan Nevin) ; Green Party Ireland (Yahoo Group) ; Kilconnell Anti-Dump Internet Group ; Nature Ireland ; New Inn AntiDump Internet Group ; Tara / Skreen Group ; Woodlawn House Preservation Society ; Martin Egan (Principal Lawyer, Fair Murtagh Law Firm) ; Gearoid Geraghty (Lawyer, Fair Murtagh, Ballinasloe) ; Law Society (Republic of Ireland) ; 05 Yah ; 04 Hot ; 03 Hot ; 02 Yah ; 01 Eir ; President Mary McAleese ; Prime Minister Bertie Ahern ; Minister for Justice (Michael McDowell TD) ; Martin Cullen T.D. (Republic of Ireland Minister for the Environment and Local Government) ; An Bord Pleanala ; Environment Protection Agency ; Ian Lumley (An Taisce) ; Friends Of The Irish Environment ; VOICE of Irish Concern for the Environment ; The Democracy Commission (Ireland) ; Vincent Salafia (Lawyer, Tara/Skreen Group) ; Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy (Chief Commissioner of Police, Republic of Ireland) ; Assistant Police Commissioner (Galway area) ; Jim Higgins (MEP) ; Marian Harkin (MEP) ; Sean O'Neachtain (MEP) ; Stavros Dimas (EU Commissioner for Environment & Social Affairs) ; Jose Manuel Barroso (President of EU Commission)
Sent: Saturday, September 04, 2004 11:22 AM
Subject: Review of Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan

Dear Mr Norton,
I am writing to you in response to information circulated recently by Galway City Councillor Niall O'Brolchain.
It is my understanding that a review of the Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan is to take place shortly, and that members of the public have been invited to submit their views to you on the matter before September 7th 2004.
According to information available to me, which can be viewed at Internet address http://www.finnachta.com/bunreacht.htm, Galway County Council (i.e. Local Government) has TWICE rejected the Connaught Waste Management Plan; and, on both occasions, the decisions taken were arrived at UNANIMOUSLY.
Following the above mentioned decisions, and through the use of what I (and other local people) regard as UNCONSTITUTIONAL LEGISLATION, the Government then altered parts of the Waste Management Act so that decision making powers regarding the location and use of superdumps and incinerators were removed from the democratically elected local government representatives, and placed instead in the hands of non-elected County Council managers.
It appears to me that the legislation which has been generated to bring about the above mentioned shift in power represents a straightforward, and totally unacceptable, violation of Article 28A of the Constitution, or "Bunreacht" (i.e. the "Primary Law"), of the Republic of Ireland - part of which (Item 1), reads as follows:

"The State recognises the role of local government in providing a forum for the democratic representation of local communities, in exercising and performing at local level powers and functions conferred by law and in promoting by its initiatives the interests of such communities."
Please note that one of the local residents where I live, law student Ms Ann Marie Kelly, is at the present time preparing to have the constitutionality of the Waste Management Act alterations referred to above challenged in the High Court.  As you may already know, our particular part of East Galway is now threatened with TWO huge superdumps (separated by a distance of just a few miles): one in New Inn, and one in Kilconnell; and, that BOTH of the locations chosen have been repeatedly rejected by our democratically elected local government representatives - on the grounds that the locations in question are totally unsuitable, partly because of the numbers of people living very close to each of the 2 sites involved.
With further reference to the Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan, there also appears to be a second very important (and very relevant) Constitutional issue connected with the Aarhus Convention Agreement, which the Republic of Ireland signed on June 25th 1998.  According to Article 29 (Section 5, Point 1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland: "Every international agreement to which the State becomes a party shall be laid before Dail Eireann".  In so far as I can establish, and with due regard for the fact that well over SIX YEARS have now passed, the matter of the State signing the Aarhus Convention Agreement has NEVER been laid before Dail Eireann (the Republic of Ireland Parliament).  As can be seen at Internet address http://www.finnachta.com/Oireachtas30June2004.htm, this matter was brought to the attention of Environment Minister Martin Cullen T.D. on June 25th 2004.
It would be much appreciated if you could please ensure that all those connected with the Review of the Connaught Regional Waste Management Plan are made aware of the contents of this letter.
Sometime within the coming few days, I plan to place a copy this e-mail at the following Internet address, which has translation facilities for several European Union languages: http://www.finnachta.com/ConnaughtWasteManagementReview.htm
Later today I will also send a printed (and signed) copy of this e-mail to you through the registered post, which I will  address as follows: Mr Ray Norton, Director of Services, Mayo County Council, Aras an Chontae, The Mall, Castlebar, County Mayo.
Yours sincerely,
Mr William Finnerty.
"St Albans"
New Inn
County Galway
Republic of Ireland.

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