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Collins wants Callinan letters to Shatter to be published

first_imgCollins welcomes his appointment as Minister of State NewsBreaking newsPoliticsCollins wants Callinan letters to Shatter to be publishedBy Staff Reporter – March 31, 2014 739 Collins confirms €390k from third tranche of COVID-19 Stability Funding Linkedin Taiwanese Community Donate PPE to Rathfredagh Cheshire Home Email Newcastle West Gardaí move TAGSAlan ShatterGardaMartin Callinanniall collins Previous articlePepper to create 50 new jobs in ShannonNext article100 top-end jobs announced Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisementcenter_img Print PUBLICATION of the letter that was sent from Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan on March 10 asking that the Minister of Justice be made aware of the Garda recordings issue is being called for amid the ongoing saga with the embattled Alan Shatter.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Speaking ahead of tomorrow’s Fianna Fáil motion of no confidence in the Minister, Deputy Collins commented, “While our motion of no confidence is based on a multi layered analysis of Alan Shatter’s mishandling of his portfolio, clearly the issue of Garda station recording systems and the Government’s response to it is a major source of public concern.“The story of what happened and the timeline presented by Government is increasingly garbled and one of the key objectives of our motion in Dáil Éireann will be to try and prise from Government some more detail of what really happened in recent months. The letter from former Commissioner Martin Callinan to Minister Alan Shatter is a critically important document in that context.“I am calling on the Minister to make that letter available to the Opposition today for examination ahead of the Dáil sitting. It has been proposed by Government that the delay between the letter being received and the Minister being made aware of its contents was reasonable. There also appears to have been an effort in the background over the weekend to suggest that if the Commissioner really wanted the Minister to be made aware of the issue, he would have contacted him directly.“Seeing the letter, hearing its tone and understanding its context would all be important to make a fair judgement on whether these Government claims are reasonable. I look forward to Minister Shatter’s response.” Minister Collins welcomes €418,662 in Limerick outdoor funding Gardaí across Ireland take on viral dance challenge Facebook Twitter WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Civil rights leader to deliver keynote address at Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon

first_imgCivil rights leader Diane Nash will serve as the keynote speaker at the Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon on Jan. 20 at the Joyce Center, the University announced in a press release Tuesday.Nash has a long record of service in the Civil Rights movement. Her involvement began as a college student at Nashville’s Fisk University, where she was jailed for participating in a sit-in at a desegregated lunch counter. The Chicago-native went on to help establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and was a member of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Southern Christian Leadership Conference. She helped organize a wide variety of protests, including the Freedom Rides and the 1965 Selma right-to-vote movement in Alabama.She eventually returned to Chicago, the release said, where she continued to “advocate for causes such as fair housing and anti-war efforts around the Vietnam War.”“Diane Nash is a passionate champion of civil and human rights whose courageous leadership helped end the stronghold of segregation in the South,” University President Fr. John Jenkins said in the release. “The example of her tireless commitment to justice and nonviolent action inspires us all to serve the cause of justice.”Nash previously received an honorary degree from Notre Dame in 2016. In 2017, she was the inaugural lecturer at Notre Dame Law School’s Dean’s Lecture on Race, Law and Society. She has also received major national awards for her civil rights work.The Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon is an annual event taking place during Walk the Walk Week, a weeklong series of events beginning Jan. 19 that is designed to inspire the community into making Notre Dame more welcoming and inclusive, the release said.Tags: Civil Rights, Diane Nash, Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon, Walk the Walk Weeklast_img read more

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