Solidarity

Solidarity

Political Party

About

Solidarity is a movement that comes from struggle, established by activists from the anti-Household Tax campaign. The rich have many political parties clamouring to represent their interests. Solidarity stands against all austerity and actively campaigns to defend working class people. Last year, Solidarity (as the AAA) won 14 councillors in Dublin, Cork and Limerick. Solidarity-endorsed candidates also won both the Dublin West and the Dublin South West By-Elections. These breakthroughs have rocked the establishment provoking them into attacking Solidarity. This Government is hated, and Labour especially will be decimated at the General Election, but no party represents working class people. Solidarity was known as the Anti Austerity Alliance until 10 March 2017

Current Members Correct a mistake

Name Position From To
Mick Barry TD Unknown Current
Eugene Coppinger Councillor Unknown Current
Ruth Coppinger TD 2015-09-17 Current
Tania Doyle Councillor Unknown Current
Sandra Fay Unknown Current
Tommy Holohan Unknown Current
Annette Hughes Unknown Current
Sandra Kavanagh Councillor Unknown Current
Terry Kelleher Unknown Current
Paul Keller Councillor Unknown Current
Brian Leech Councillor Unknown Current
Ciara Leonardi Roche Unknown Current
John Loftus Councillor Unknown Current
Conor MacLiam Unknown Current
Kieran Mahon Councillor Unknown Current
Mick Murphy Councillor Unknown Current
Paul Murphy TD Unknown Current
Michael O'Brien Councillor Unknown Current
Marion O'Sullivan Councillor Unknown Current
Jo O’Brien Unknown Current
Diana O’Dwyer Unknown Current
Dom Parker Unknown Current
Cian Prendiville Councillor Unknown Current
Fiona Ryan Councillor Unknown Current
Patricia Ryan Unknown Current
Matthew Waine Councillor Unknown Current

Former Members

Name Position From To
Lil O'Donnell Councillor Unknown 2017-03-10