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Out with the old, in with the old?

As Fianna Fáil licks its wounds following a devastating election, party leader Micheál Martin hopes to blood hungry young candidates in the Seanad. Many of the party’s old guard, however, are unwilling to make way for them

19th March, 2011
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As Fianna Fáil licks its wounds following a devastating election, party leader Micheál Martin hopes to blood hungry young candidates in the Seanad. Many of the party’s old guard, however, are unwilling to make way for them

After the general election disaster comes the process of rebuilding for Fianna Fáil. And, for a blueprint, party leader Micheál Martin is looking no further than the tried-and-tested model of restocking the...

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