Gilmore demands date for three by-elections

The Labour leader Eamon Gilmore is demanding the Government set a date for the three outstanding by-elections.

The Labour leader Eamon Gilmore is demanding the Government set a date for the three outstanding by-elections.

He says the people of South Dublin, Waterford and Donegal South West are without representation and that the situation is undemocratic.

The South Dublin seat has been left vacant for some time following the death of former Minister Seamus Brennan and the dramatic resignation of George Lee.

Deputy Gilmore said the Labour Party would table a motion this week to move the writ for the by-election in South Dublin.

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