Wexford Sinn Féin has rescheduled its Rally against Austerity which was due to be held in Wexford town on Saturday in order to support the peoples protest against the household tax being held on the same day on Crescent Quay.
The Rally against Austerity had been planned to highlight Sinn Féins complete opposition to unfair austerity measures like the household charge, septic tank tax and severe cuts to education and health services while our government prepares to hand over €3.1 billion of taxpayers’ money to cover the debts of a toxic bank next week. The decision to reschedule the event has been taken in order to support the people of Wexford's public protest against the household tax on Saturday.
Wexford Sinn Féin is renewing its call on the government to immediately abolish this controversial tax and prevent a situation where it risks criminalising hundreds of thousands of innocent citizens. We are calling on all Sinn Féin members and supporters to attend Saturdays protest rally on Wexford Quays at 2pm.