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Phelan proposes radical reforms, including four elected Dublin mayors

25th June, 2017
The new Minister of State John Paul Phelan

Dublin could be in line to get four directly elected mayors instead of one, according to new Minister of State John Paul Phelan.

The last attempt to have a ‘super mayor’ for all of Dublin failed in 2014 because it was rejected by one of the four councils in the capital.

But Phelan, who has responsibility for local government and electoral reform, believes that Dublin could be better served by having directly elected mayors...

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