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Church is multinational subject to labour law

If the Catholic Church was forced, like every other “multinational”, to obey the equality employment law in Ireland, perhaps we would be in a better place.

Why does the Minister for Justice not enforce this flagrant breach of the law? What is the Equality Authority’s position on this situation? Where are the “mna na hÉireann” on this issue? As the Church is above the law, we should not be surprised by its behaviour, both past and present.

For God’s sake, and in the interests of Ireland, its children and the Church’s future, will somebody please enforce the law... if the gardaí need an official complaint, they can contact this letter writer.

I am sure there are plenty of women who would only be delighted to leave the dole and solve this Italian multinational’s well-publicised labour shortages.

Nick Crawford

Newcastle

Co Wicklow


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