Fine Gael


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Fine Gael

(ˈfɪnə ˈɡɛːl)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) one of the major political parties in the Republic of Ireland, formed in 1933
[from Irish Gaelic fine tribe, race + Gael of the Gaels]
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After weeks of negotiations, a draft agreement was finally reached between the largest party Fine Gael and arch rivals Fianna Fail last night.
Support for Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny's Fine Gael party held steady in an opinion poll on Monday but his coalition government remained some way short of the support needed to stay in office at Friday's election.
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