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Deary is tipped for Seanad seat

A voting pact between Fianna Fáil and the Greens is under negotiation for next month’s Seanad elections that could see Louth-based Green councillor Mark Deary take the seat vacated by the Labour Party’s Alan Kelly.

7th November, 2009

A voting pact between Fianna Fáil and the Greens is under negotiation for next month’s Seanad elections that could see Louth-based Green councillor Mark Deary take the seat vacated by the Labour Party’s Alan Kelly.

Deary is tipped to contest the agricultural panel seat vacated by Kelly who was elected to the European Parliament. Two other names in the frame for the Green Party are former Galway councillor Niall...

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