Fianna Fail largest party in Ireland’s parliament

epa08202304 Opposition Fianna Fail Leader Micheal Martin (2-L) with his wife Mary O'Shea (C) and children daughter Aoibhe (L) and sons Micheal (2-R) and Cillian (R) cast ballots in general elections in Cork City, Ireland, 08 February 2020. Voters go to the polls in the Irish general elections. EPA-EFE/GERARD MCCARTHY

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Counting has been completed in all 39 Dáil constituencies in Election 2020 and the make-up of the next Dáil has been finalised.

Fianna Fail will be the largest party in Ireland’s parliament following last weekend’s general election, but the big winner is Sinn Fein which saw a massive upswing in support.

Fianna Fail finished with 38 seats, one ahead of Sinn Fein on 37, with Fine Gael, the party of Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in third on 35, having entered the election as the largest party on 47.

Via Sky News / RTE



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