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In a statement this afternoon, party leader Micheal Martin said his former deputy leader had been given "very clear instructions" not to submit her name.
The former minister is running on a Fianna Fl ticket in Blackrock, despite three separate rerquests from party leader Michel Martin to withdraw in favour of a single candidate policy.
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The matter will now be referred to an internal committee for an investigation and ruling.
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