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Election 2016: Sinn Fein’s Ó Broin cruises home as Fitzgerald pulls through

Dublin Mid West

28th February, 2016
Eoin Ó Broin celebrates in the Citywest count centre in TallaghtRollingNews

Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald won her seat on the first count, and refused to be drawn on whether she would run for leader if Enda Kenny stepped down.

When asked if she would run in any contest for the leadership, she said, “I’m not saying anything else now. We will leave it at that” – but added that Kenny had done an “extraordinary job”.

Fine Gael and Labour took...

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