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Ó Cuív sparks fresh FF row

Divisions in Fianna Fáil over the EU fiscal treaty have re-emerged after former deputy leader Éamon Ó Cuív suggested Ireland could vote again if the treaty was rejected on May 31.

7th April, 2012

Divisions in Fianna Fáil over its position on the EU fiscal treaty have re-emerged after former deputy leader Éamon Ó Cuív suggested that Ireland could vote again if the treaty was rejected on May 31.

Ó Cuív lost his deputy leader's position in February when he refused to adopt the parliamentary party's position in support of the fiscal compact. Last Thursday night he told a public meeting in Dublin that "we...

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