Monthly Archives: February 2012

Thoughts on shape of new general election boundaries if the Constituency Commission opt for a 158-seat Dail

Adrian Kavanagh, 23rd February 2012 A new Constituency Commission report on election boundaries (for general and European elections) is likely to be published some weeks after the final/definitive population by area statistics for Census 2011 are published by the Central … Continue reading

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Thoughts on shape of new general election boundaries if the Constituency Commission opt for a 156-seat Dail

Adrian Kavanagh,ย 21st February 2012 A new Constituency Commission report on election boundaries (for general and European elections) is likely to be published some weeks after the final/definitive population by area statistics for Census 2011 are published by the Central Statistics … Continue reading

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Thoughts on shape of new general election boundaries if the Constituency Commission opt for a 154-seat Dail

Adrian Kavanagh, 21st February 2012 A new Constituency Commission report on election boundaries (for general and European elections) is likely to be published some weeks after the final/definitive population by area statistics for Census 2011 are published by the Central … Continue reading

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Thoughts on shape of new general election boundaries if the Constituency Commission opt for a 160-seat Dail

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th February 2012 A new Constituency Commission report on election boundaries (for general and European elections) is likely to be published some weeks after the final/definitive population by area statistics for Census 2011 are published by the Central … Continue reading

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Commentary on submissions to the 2012 Constituency Commission

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th February 2012 Some months after the publication of provisional population by area figures by the Central Statistics Office for the 2011 Census, a new Constituency Commission was set in place to begin the process of redrawing European … Continue reading

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Commentary on campaign expenditure data for the 2011 Presidential Election

Adrian Kavanagh, 15th February 2011 The Standards in Public Office Commission made its report on donations and election expenses disclosed to it by the seven presidential election candidates on 14th February 2012. This report found that, in total, โ‚ฌ304,570.75 in … Continue reading

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Female candidacies and success levels in 2009’s local electoral contests

Adrian Kavanagh, 2nd February 2012 Given the day that’s in it, many will be considering the effect of gender quotas and whether increased levels of female candidates will necessarily translate into a higher level of female representatives. I would argue … Continue reading

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