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Irish parties await members' verdict on three-way coalition deal

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Irish parties await members' verdict on three-way coalition deal

Irish parties await members' verdict on three-way coalition deal

The agreement reached by bitter rivals Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael could be rejected on Friday by members of the Green Party, a junior partnerView on euronews


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