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Seán Ó Cionnaith
... politician, and a prominent member of The Workers' Party ... Irish republican movement as a teenager, and in the late 1950s he became a very important worker for na Fianna Éireann, the movement's youth section ... the 1970s he became joint General Secretary of Official Sinn Féin (later Sinn Féin the Workers Party and ultimately The Workers' Party) along with Mairín De Burca ...
Left-wing Political Parties - Active - B
... Bangladesh – Communist Party of Bangladesh Awami League Barbados – Barbados Labour Party, Democratic Labour Party Basque Country – Eusko Alkartasuna, Bildu, Zutik ...
Workers Party, USA - Other American Parties Known By The Same Name
... Workers Party of America, 1921–1929 (known as "Workers (Communist) Party of America" from mid-1925) American Workers Party, 1933–1934 Workers Party of the United States, 1934 ... American Communist Party ...
Mick Finnegan
... Mick Finnegan is the President of the Workers' Party of Ireland having been elected to that position on 17 May 2008 at the party's Ard Fheis / Annual Delegate conference to replace Sean Garland ... in the Dublin Construction Branch of the then Irish Transport and General Workers Union (now SIPTU), before becoming a fulltime branch official ... Finnegan was for many years the Workers' Party director of elections in Dublin West on behalf of then party President Tomás Mac Giolla ...
Czechoslovakian Parliamentary Election, 1929 - Results - Senate
... Party Votes % Seats +/– Republican Party of Agrarian and Smallholding Peoples 978,291 15.2 24 +1 Czechoslovak Social Democratic Workers Party 841,331 13 ...

Famous quotes containing the words party and/or workers:

    The real grounds of difference upon important political questions no longer correspond with party lines.... Politics is no longer the topic of this country. Its important questions are settled... Great minds hereafter are to be employed on other matters.... Government no longer has its ancient importance.... The people’s progress, progress of every sort, no longer depends on government. But enough of politics. Henceforth I am out more than ever.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    I suspect that American workers have come to lack a work ethic. They do not live by the sweat of their brow.
    Kiichi Miyazawa (b. 1919)