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Abortion campaigners target candidates ahead of election

Fine Gael sources insisted that the Taoiseach had “closed down” the abortion issue

29th November, 2015
Campaigning groups are planning to lobby candidates intensively in the coming months

Campaigning groups on both sides of the abortion issue say they are preparing to seek assurances from candidates in the forthcoming general election campaign.

Pro-life and pro-choice campaigners are stepping up their lobbying campaigns in the wake of the Taoiseach’s pledge to hold a constitutional review on the abortion issue within six months of being re-elected to government.

Fine Gael sources insisted that the Taoiseach had “closed down” the abortion issue in advance...

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