Hogan demands apology from Martin on gerrymandering claims
The Environment Minister Phil Hogan has hit back after Fianna Fáil accused him of manipulating the changes to local boundaries for electoral gain.
Micheál Martin said Hogan was guilty of gerrymandering, but the Hogan insists the Fianna Fáil leader needs to apologise to the Independent Committee.
The Environment Minister added: “This was a cheap political stunt from the leader of the party that invented and then went on to major in gerrymandering”.
The Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis will continue today with a focus on the upcoming elections, the economy and justice.
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