Democratic Left

Democratic Left, Democratic Left Party, or Party of the Democratic Left may refer to:

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Members Of The 27th Dáil - TDs By Constituency
... Noel Ahern Fianna Fáil Mary Flaherty Fine Gael Proinsias De Rossa Democratic Left Róisín Shortall Labour Party Dublin South Séamus Brennan Fianna Fáil Eithne FitzGerald ... Joe Jacob Fianna Fáil Liam Kavanagh Labour Party Liz McManus Democratic Left Godfrey Timmins Fine Gael ...
Seamus Lynch - Democratic Left
... from the Workers' Party which produced Democratic Left, and he became the new group's main figure in Northern Ireland ... Democratic Left dissolved in 1998, its members invited to join the Labour Party but not permitted to organise in Northern Ireland ...
Party Of The Democratic Left - Political Parties
... Democratic Left (Ecuador) Democratic Left (France) Democratic Left (Germany) Democratic Left (Greece) Democratic Left (Ireland) Democratic Left (Italy) Jordanian Democratic Left Party Democratic Left ...
Democratic Left - Other Uses
... Democratic Left (newspaper), a quarterly publication printed by the Democratic Socialists of America ...
Catherine Murphy (politician) - Political Career - Workers' Party of Ireland and Democratic Left
... followed Proinsias De Rossa into the new Democratic Left, and stood unsuccessfully as a Democratic Left candidate in Kildare at the 1992 and 1997 general elections ... She had opposed Democratic Left's merger with the Labour Party in 1998 criticizing the party as "highly opportunistic" ...

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