Head of ICTU tells Donegal winter school the Irish don’t have the will to protest

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dougThe President of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions has questioned the will of the people in Ireland to fight against austerity.
Speaking ahead of his speech at the Peader O’Donnell Winter Weekend, John Douglas, who is also the General Secretary of the Mandate Trade Union, said despite being failed by consecutive governments, there still hasn’t been a mass movement here.
The think in is taking place today and tomorrow in the Old Church in Dungloe.
Speaking to Highland Radio News, John Douglas said given how many people are unemployed, there should be more protests:


 

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