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Courting the Green vote

The result of the Green Party poll to elect a chairman is difficult to predict due to the number of favoured candidates, writes Political Reporter Niamh Connolly.

13th October, 2007

The result of the Green Party poll to elect a chairman is difficult to predict due to the number of favoured candidates, writes Political Reporter Niamh Connolly.

A so-called ‘preferendum’ by the Green Party to elect a new chairman - one of the most senior positions in the party - could produce an unexpected result because of the high number of candidates contesting the post, according to party sources.

A ballot of the...

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