Deputy McConalogue says there is no split in Fianna Fail over referendum

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There appears to be a split emerging in Fianna Fáil after the deputy leader suggested he may not agree with campaigning for a Yes vote on the referendum on the Fiscal Compact Treaty.
Party leader Micheál Martin has been adamant the party will campaign for a ‘yes’ vote, but Éamon O Cuív has indicated he may go against it.
He said that each member of the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party must seriously consider if it is the correct decision to back the referendum.
Donegal North-East Deputy, Charlie McConalogue says his parties stance is a yes vote, and there is no split as far as he is concerned…….


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