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Ex-Siptu boss Jack O’Connor ends Dáil bid for Labour

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Jack O'Connor has stepped down as a Labour general election candidate
Photo: Gerry Mooney
Jack O’Connor has stepped down as a Labour overall election candidate
Photo: Gerry Mooney

EX-SIPTU overall secretary Jack O’Connor has stepped down as a Labour overall election candidate in Wicklow.

Mr O’Connor’s departure from the Dáil tag follows the native and European election ends in Also can neutral the put Labour gained two seats on Wicklow County Council. The resolution was taken at a gathering of Labour’s constituency executive in Wicklow closing night with Mr O’Connor making the proposal to step down himself.

Labour is pitching the tag reshuffle as a generational substitute within the celebration with Wicklow City-based fully mostly councillor Paul O’Brien dwelling to change him as the celebration’s overall election candidate. A replacement convention of native people will be held within the coming weeks.

Mr O’Brien gained over 1,000 first need votes within the Wicklow City electoral district in Also can neutral’s native elections. An FAI referee and president of the Irish Soccer Referees Society, Mr O’Brien is also fascinated about several native organisations.

Mr O’Connor, a protracted-serving substitute union boss and Labour’s contemporary celebration chairman, was selected to dash in Wicklow in April 2018 at a time when the celebration had no elected representative within the county.

He talked about in a observation: “Now that we comprise now native Councillors elected all all over again, it is a have to-comprise to desire the following step by offering the of us a local one who they comprise got already counseled on the pollfield, as a candidate for the Classic Election.”

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