Green wave came too late for some to get a shot at the Dáil
The party had selected most of its general election candidates before its surprise local and European success, and leader Eamon Ryan is sticking to the plan
It’s a problem the Green Party never dreamed it would have even six months ago – how to plan for a general election in the wake of local and European election results that brought far more success than it ever expected.
Having selected most of its candidates before the local elections, the Green Party suddenly found itself with a surplus of young and ambitious potential candidates who would relish a shot at the...
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Proposal for expert panel to review capital projects over €100m
Large public capital projects could be run through an “independent panel of international experts” as part of public spending reforms, according to the Department of Public Expenditure
State body to reissue €28m office supplies contract
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Party would launch the ‘largest public house building programme that Ireland has ever seen’ and a national health service
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