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The Future of Irish Politics Lies in the Hands of Greens

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June 26, 2020

 

(Bloomberg) -- The future of Irish politics lies in the hands of about 2,500 Greens.

 

The Greens will today announce whether its members have back a proposal to enter coalition with the nation’s traditional parties of government, Fine Gael and Fianna Fail. Two thirds of party members must back the deal to allow it join the nation’s first grand coalition. A result is due between 6pm and 7pm in Dublin.

 

“Two thirds is a high bar,” said Eoin O’Malley, a politics professor at Dublin City University. “But I’m inclined to think it will sneak through.”

If the Greens sign up, Fianna Fail’s Micheal Martin will become prime minister until the end of 2022, before Leo Varadkar moves back into the top job. Should the Greens reject the deal, the nation could face another election within months. Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have so far refused to negotiate with Sinn Fein, which won the biggest share of votes in February’s election, because of its former links with terrorism and left-leaning policies.

 

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(Bloomberg) -- The future of Irish politics lies in the hands of about 2,500 Greens. The Greens will today announce whether its members have back a proposal to enter coalition with the nation’s traditional parties of government, Fine Gael and Fianna Fail. Two thirds of party members must back the deal to allow it join the nation’s first grand coalition. A result is due between 6pm and 7pm in Du

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(Bloomberg) -- The future of Irish politics lies in the hands of about 2,500 Greens. The Greens will today announce whether its members have back a proposal to enter coalition with the nation’s traditional parties of government, Fine Gael and Fianna Fail. Two thirds of party members must back the deal to allow it join the nation’s first grand coalition. A result is due between 6pm and 7pm in Du

Read more at: https://www.bloomber...ion-day-arrives
Copyright © BloombergQuint
(Bloomberg) -- The future of Irish politics lies in the hands of about 2,500 Greens. The Greens will today announce whether its members have back a proposal to enter coalition with the nation’s traditional parties of government, Fine Gael and Fianna Fail. Two thirds of party members must back the deal to allow it join the nation’s first grand coalition. A result is due between 6pm and 7pm in Du

Read more at: https://www.bloomber...ion-day-arrives
Copyright © BloombergQuint

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