The Fianna Fáil organisation in Tipperary will re-launch itself in the county on November 22nd.
Following the news that Tipperary will be reunited as both a single county and single constituency into the future; the party organisations in Tipperary North and South will merge into one new Comhairle Dáil Ceantair. The AGM for the new constituency organisation will take place at 7.30pm on November 22nd in the Bru Boru Theatre in Cashel, hosted by Senator Labhrás O’Murchu. Under the party’s new One Member One Vote system, all party members will be entitled to attend on the night.
“There are over 138 Fianna Fáil cumman, in the county,” said Arthur Griffin, Chair of the North Tipperary Constituency, “ we are looking forward to working hard together as part of the Fianna Fáil renewal process. I would encourage as many members as possible to attend on the night to contribute in laying a roadmap for the future.”
South Tipperary Chairman, Don Davern was equally enthusiastic about the merger. “This is an opportunity for us to renew the party and to work on developing policy and strategy on a County wide basis. I expect we will see an enthusiastic Tipperary crowd on the night.”
Fianna Fáil Vice-President Deputy Timmy Dooley will chair the meeting with guest speaker, Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath also to be present on the night.