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Three parties of roughly equal size and also being traditional opponents should make for interesting negotiations.

In Sweden we had interesting negotiations on the nation al level, but much faster negotiations on the local and regional level where parties more or less did the math, found the possible coalitions and - sometimes with gritted teeth - got down to creating coalition agreements.

Is it the same in Ireland or does negotiations there also drag out? Or has the combinations not been tried because SF lacks local support?

by fjallstrom on Tue Feb 25th, 2020 at 11:06:17 AM EST

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