TREANOR CLAIMS ‘COUNTY OF SANCTUARY’ PLAN WILL BRING “UNDESIRABLES” TO MONAGHAN “IN DROVES”

12 January 2018 No Comments by The Northern Standard

BUT CHIEF EXECUTIVE ASSURES COUNCILLORS THERE IS NO DOWNSIDE TO PEACE IV PROJECT

By MICHAEL McDONNELL michael@northern-standard.ie

INDEPENDENT Monaghan town-based county councillor Seamus Treanor’s concerns about immigration were again voiced strongly at Monday’s meeting of the local authority when he called on the Chief Executive to call a halt to the ‘County of Sanctuary’ project — which he described as “codology” and likely to encourage “undesirables” to “arrive in droves”.

The initiative referred to by Cllr Treanor is to be implemented under the Peace IV Action Plan launched on 13th December last in Castleblayney’s Íontas Centre, and will see Monaghan become the first ‘County of Sanctuary’ in Ireland. The aims of this programme…

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