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From: Article posted to home page Notebook, 31 May 2012: Shorts

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Socialist Party Ireland members elected to NIPSA presidency

At the Nipsa (Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance) conference yesterday in Derry, Socialist Party members won both the union's President and Vice President positions and the Left also took the postion of Hon Treasurer.

This was despite the right wing organising itself to try to win, following the Socialist Party winning the Vice President position at last year's conference.

Padraig Mulholland is the newly elected President and Lucia Collins the Vice President.






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