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 encapsulated in the party's seven core principles (or pillars) below.
RENUA believes that freedom of speech and
respectful political debate is a fundamental human right and is essential in an
open, fair and democratic country. Opposing viewpoints should be challenged
through mature and reasoned debate, not censorship or intimidation.
RENUA believes in recognising and rewarding hard work by reducing taxation on workers and entrepreneurs to fair levels and by eliminating wasteful and unnecessary State expenditure.