RENUA believes that the objective of Government is to keep the Irish State and its people safe and secure, to ensure that the institutions of the State are well designed, well run and serve the interests of the Irish nation as a whole and not just an elite.
RENUA's core beliefs are in the nation state, small government, free enterprise, low taxes, property ownership, equal opportunities, law and order, pro-life, pro-family, free speech and the free exchange of ideas. These are encapsulated in the party's six core principles (or pillars) below.
RENUA believes in putting the taxpayer first by: focusing on reducing taxes; respecting every Euro of taxpayers’ money; highlighting and eliminating wasteful expenditure of taxpayers’ hard-earned cash.
RENUA believes that social cohesion is the willingness of all of us in society to cooperate with each other in order to be safe, secure and prosper together. We need to create a better future for all the people, our families and our communities. In making social cohesion a pillar RENUA is proposing a transformative society that will raise the living standards and quality of life for everyone.
RENUA believes that when the institutions of the State are
trustworthy, when they are seen to ensure the welfare of all of the people, when
there is equality of opportunity to get ahead, regardless of age, ability,
gender or social status, then social cohesion will happen. It will become the
glue that will hold the nation together. All of this has implications for
health, education, prosperity and the environment.