FF's O'Hanlon will not contest seat at Election

Fianna Fáil TD Rory O'Hanlon has announced that he will not run in the next General Election.

The Deputy for Cavan-Monaghan is a former Ceann Comhairle and was first elected to Dáil Éireann in 1977.

His announcement follows today's confirmation by Justice Minister Dermot Ahern that he will not contest his seat in Louth in the next General Election.

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