Elections in Ireland Spell Breakdown of Traditional Two-Party System

LONDON (Sputnik) – The general election in Ireland spelled the breakdown of the traditional two-party system. Fianna Fail, the country’s main opposition party, after all votes cast in the 8 February elections were counted, secured 38 seats in parliament. Sinn Fein gained 37 seats, and the ruling Fine Gael got 35 mandates.
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