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Social Democrats

Discussion in 'Social Democrats' started by ted08, Oct 31, 2015.

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    ted08

    ted08 Member Political Irish

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    Agree. Last weekend I had a gander and yep, next to nothing re policies fleshed out.
     
  2. Rick

    Rick Site Admin Staff Member Site Admin Political Irish

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  3. Ren84

    Ren84 Respected Member Political Irish

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    I suspect it won't be too long before the SD forum is closed again. ;)
     
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    ted08

    ted08 Member Political Irish

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    I think you're getting confused with Renua :p
     
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    ted08

    ted08 Member Political Irish

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    Thanks Rick, and much prefer the new theme.
     
  6. Ren84

    Ren84 Respected Member Political Irish

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    They'll be gone first. Micro parties almost never work out and I don't expect SD and Renua to buck this trend.
     
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    ted08

    ted08 Member Political Irish

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    You may well be right. The PD's and the Greens are two obvious examples, but they did have their hands on the levers of power, PD's especially and therefore input into decision making, whatever your views on either party.
     
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    ergo2 Member Political Irish

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    It will be interesting to see how the joint three in one leadership plays out.

    Has that worked since the Holy Trinity, still going strong.

    I think they might have been better to settle on one leader. e.g. as the PDs with Des O' Malley