Green splinter group launches new eco-socialist political party
An Rabharta Glas has yet to elect a leader, but its aim is to ‘democratise and decarbonise’ Irish politics
A new “Green Left” party was launched yesterday, on an eco-socialist platform to “democratise and decarbonise” Irish politics.
An Rabharta Glas – or the Green Left – is made up of a number of former Green Party members who left the party after it entered government last year, as well as a number of newcomers to Irish politics from across the country.
The party is currently operating without a leader, although...
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