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Varadkar proposes electing people from the North to the Seanad

Some news in today from Leo Varadkar’s first appearance before the Seanad as Taoiseach. The Journal.ie reports; Seanad should be allowed to elect senators from Northern Ireland – from both nationalist and unionist communities – so the Upper House of parliament has an “all-island dimension”. Addressing Seanad members today, Varadkar said having both nationalist and unionist representatives would provide “different voices on issues which concern us all”.
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