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Militant Left (Ireland)

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Militant Left is a Trotskyist political party active in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. After the 2019 split in the Committee for a Workers' International (1974), the group was founded by former members of the Socialist Party who wished to affiliate to the 'refounded' Committee for a Workers' International. Initially known as CWI Ireland, it renamed itself Militant Left in June 2020.[1]

The group has one public representative, Donal O'Cofaigh, who had originally been elected to Fermanagh and Omagh District Council as a Cross-Community Labour Alternative member in 2019 but left to join CWI Ireland later that year.[2] As a councillor for the party, O'Cofaigh has focused on issues regarding zero-hour-contracts and precarious work.,[3] as well as the shortage of general practitioners in Fermanagh.[4]

As of February 2021, Militant Left was not included on the register of political parties in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland.[5][6]

References

  1. ^ "Militant Left". Irish Left Archive.
  2. ^ "Launch of Militant Left – for workers' unity and a socialist future – Militant Left".
  3. ^ Henderson, Roisin (29 January 2020). "New welfare system "pushing people into zero-hour contracts"". Fermanagh Herald.
  4. ^ Surphlus, Linda (27 May 2020). "University plan may help ease local GP shortage". Fermanagh Herald.
  5. ^ "Register of Political Parties" (PDF). data.oireachtas.ie. 17 February 2021. Retrieved 2 March 2021.
  6. ^ "Registers of Political Parties - Search - Northern Ireland". electoralcommission.org.uk. Retrieved 2 March 2021.

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