1997 Christian Solidarity Party 28 page Manifesto with containing “specific proposals in summary form” September 23, 2010
From around 1997 A Christian Solidarity Party Manifesto containing “specific proposals in Summary form”.
At that time, led by Gerard Casey (who polled 2000 votes in the 1997 Election in Dun Laoghaire) the policies here seemed reasonable enough especially compared to some of their later material.
uploaded in pdf form HERE
Gerard Casey -Christian Solidarity Party- 1997 October 18, 2009
1997 General Election in Dun Laoghaire and Gerard Casey polls a respectable 2000 votes for the CSP. The Paul O’Donaghue case refered to was regarding education rights for the disabled. Oddly enough it was Justice Rory O’Hanlon who gave the ruling. ( Justice O’Hanlons nephew Paul O’Loughlin has stood a number of times for the CSP.)