"The Nineteenth century saw a great Springtime of Nations as the revolutions of 1848 saw new countries created the length and breadth of Europe. In our world today we are now seeing our own Spring Awakening with people and cultures that have long been dormant and subdued asserting their right to exist, their right to dream." Adam Price MP
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Paul Hayes is a native of Clonakilty and former Town Councillor. The 33 year old father of two now resides in Courtmacsherry. He works on a part-time basis in sales and business development for an Irish coffee company based in Bandon.
A member of Sinn Féin for 15 years Paul has held various positions at local, regional and national level. He is currently member of the Ard Chomhairle (National Executive).
He is an active member of several voluntary groups in West Cork including Clon Fairtrade Group, Sustainable Clon, Special Olympics Ireland, and is a director of Clon Youth Café.
If elected, Paul is keen to tackle issues affecting young people especially such as job prospects, mental health issues & rising emigration, and the struggles facing many young families – job uncertainty, debt issues and rising costs of childcare, education and healthcare.
He sees huge potential in a sustainable energy industry and an invigorated fishing industry locally and nationally, including the proper branding and marketing of Irish fish.
Hayes favours a stimulus package to get the country back to work building much needed roads, schools, public hospitals, broadband infrastructure and expanding the tourism industry to make this region a hub for national and international conferences.