7 July 2024

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Ciaran Cannon urges Taoiseach to act “swiftly and decisively” on reform of RSA

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Ciaran Cannon urges Taoiseach to act “swiftly and decisively” on reform of RSA

Galway East TD Ciaran is urging Taoiseach Simon Harris to act “swiftly and decisively” on the reform of the Road Safety Authority.

Speaking in the Dáil, he said given the increased deaths on the roads this year, urgent action is needed to avoid further loss of life.

Fine Gael Deputy Cannon believes there is one solution that must be looked at immediately.

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