Graffiti Targeting Taoiseach Condemned


There has been condemnation of threatening graffiti in Dublin targeting the Taoiseach.

Dublin City Council has been asked to remove the message, appearing to target Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, on a wall opposite Goldenbridge Luas stop in Dublin 8.

The message states ‘kill Leo Veradkar, he sold out the Irish”.

Dublin City Council has been asked to remove the graffiti immediately.

Local councillor Daithi Doolan says: “I have contacted Dublin City Council asking that this graffiti is removed.

“Regardless of deep differences with Leo Varadkar and Fine Gael I hope this is removed as soon as possible. This offensive and threatening graffiti offers nothing to our community.

“If people want real change then they should become active in their community and work together and bring about the change we all want.

“This graffiti does none of that and does not represent the good people of Drimnagh and Inchicore.”

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