Renua Ireland will begin a series of pro-life public meetings, running from the 27th of May to the 6th of July, with a meeting in the Strand Hotel Limerick on Saturday the 27th of May at 11am-1pm.
These meetings, titled ‘The Citizens’ Assembly – What Next’ will inform people as to what will happen now with relation to the abortion debate:
- How the recommendations of the Citizens’ Assembly will go to the Dail committee.
- What happens after the Committee reports.
- The likelihood of a referendum and when it’s likely to happen.
- What Renua will be doing to help the pro-life cause.
- What members of the public can do to protect and help ensure the rights of the unborn remain in the Irish constitution.
Renua party leader John Leahy commented, ‘It has never been so important that pro-life citizens, of all political backgrounds, come together and work together to ensure that the lives of the unborn continue to be protected. I would call on all those interested, be they supporters of Renua, another party, or no party, to attend and to hear both what looks to be coming down the line and what can be done to stop it. This is an absolute critical time for the pro-life cause and we need to work together to ensure that all of us understand what’s happening and to ensure we craft and devise policies that will protect and campaign for the lives of the unborn“.
Format-wise the event will consist of 3 speakers, each of who will deal with a different aspect of the current situation and the best response to it, before moving into a Q&A session, during which questions will be taken from the floor.