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7 Sources edit The Politics of Illusion: A Political History of the IRA, Henry Patterson, ISBN 1-89 The Workers' Party in Dáil ireann: The First Ten Years, The Workers' Party, 1991 Patterns of Betrayal: The Flight From Socialism, The Workers' Party, 1992 References edit "Mr.
De Rossa became Minister for Social Welfare. He initiated Ireland's first national anti-poverty strategy, a commission on the family, and a commission to examine national pension policy. The 1997 general election resulted in the defeat of the outgoing coalition. At this point, Democratic Left had.
The party won 7 Dáil seats with 5 of the vote. De Rossa himself was elected to the European Parliament for the Dublin constituency, where he topped the poll and the party almost succeeded in replacing Fine Gael as the capital's second-largest party. However, the.
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On, he announced his decision to resign as an MEP, 6 and stepped down on 1 February. Libel action edit During De Rossa's period as leader of Democratic Left, Irish journalist Eamon Dunphy, writing in the Sunday Independent newspaper, published an article alleging that De.
Dublin: Penguin Ireland. p. 12 Hanley, Brian, and Millar, Scott (2009). The Lost Revolution: The Story of the Official IRA and the Workers' Party. Dublin: Penguin Ireland. p. 17 "Proinsias De Rossa". ElectionsIreland. org. Retrieved "Prionsias De Rossa to step down as MEP". RT News. Retrieved "De Rossa v. Independent Newspapers 1999 IESC 63; 1999 4 IR 432 (30th July, 1999. Bailii. org. Retrieved External links edit).
He was successful on his third attempt, and was elected at the February 1982 general election as a Sinn Fin The Workers' Party TD for the Dublin North-West constituency. He retained his seat until the 2002 general election when he stood down in order to.
Labour leader Ruairi Quinn became leader of the unified party; De Rossa took up the symbolic post of party president, which he held until 2002. In 1999, De Rossa was elected at the European Parliament election for the Dublin constituency. He was re-elected at the.