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Denise Mullen

Denise Mullen was born and educated in South Tyrone, during the early troubles, Denise’s Father Denis was brutally murdered by Loyalist assassins, these assassins were facilitated and directed by sinister elements within the police and army. Denise has fought a harsh battle with others to shine a light on the worst excesses of state sponsored terror. She continues to devote herself to forcing legal disclosures in relation to collusion.

Denise lives in Moy and is the Mother of two boys, and whose life is centred around her family and community. Her family are steeped in the culture of the border region. Denise actively helps to develop sporting activities and is a staunch supporter of the GAA as a cohesive and positive organisation. The GAA is one constant in family life and I will be at the forefront of promoting family values through sport. Fermanagh and South Tyrone is steeped in sport and Denise will promote the development of all sporting organisations. Denise Mullen believes in Irish people working together for the delivery of shared values and wealth.

Denise Mullen has strong experience of public life, she has extensive hands on experience on :

Denise Mullen is very active in the voluntary sector and believes passionately in politicians getting involved in the communities who elect them, Denise is :

Denise is passionate to be part of the All-Ireland, 32 county push to put Aontú at the forefront of national government. As a one Ireland party Aontu is uniquely placed to offer solutions based on tradition and well developed family values. The future is in a shared future and Denise Mullen will leave no stone unturned to deliver a shared future for all the people of Ireland. Our future must be forged on ideas of unity and shared family values.

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The Irish political system is radically broken

In Ireland the vast majority of elected representatives put a finger in the air to check which way the political wind is blowing. They have one eye on their leaders – seeking brownie points – and another eye keeping their seat safe. If elected reps shut up and do as they’re told, they are promoted; if they stand up for what they believe in, they are demoted. No wonder we have the political class we have. No wonder one point one billion euro is being buried in a hole under the National Children’s Hospital and that Stormont is in stalemate.

Throughout Ireland, many people are now afraid to say what they feel, many are afraid to respectfully engage on a range of different topics. Many feel there is a new censorship and a new political correctness in Ireland, that opposition to the establishment is being deleted.

Respectful opposition is not the enemy. Respectful opposition is a critical element of a functional democracy. Aontú will have the backbone to stand up, without fear, for you.