Elected regional assemblies expected in new government plan

A new system that would leave Ireland with three tiers of government is expected to be proposed in a white paper to be published before the summer.

13th February, 2010

A new system that would leave Ireland with three tiers of government is expected to be proposed in a white paper to be published before the summer.

The new system of regional government would include elected regional assemblies, and would result in Ireland having local, regional and national government tiers - as in many European countries. The legislation giving effect to the new system will be introduced next year, if Fianna Fáil and the Green...

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