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Simon Coveney: People want unity, rather than division

The Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government sets out his visions for Fine Gael


28th May, 2017
Simon Coveney

Two very clear options are now available to Fine Gael members and elected representatives, as we look to the next phase of the party’s development.

On the one hand, we can be a party that builds on the history, tradition and timeless aspirations of the Just Society and seek to unite, rather than divide, society so that everyone can make a contribution and lead a fulfilling life.

On the other, we can become...

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