Irish Election Literature

… what you maybe meant to keep…

‘New Agenda’ (post Workers Party pre Democratic Left) -Eamon Gilmore, Colm Breathnach and Denis O’Callaghan Letter. September 8, 2009


This is a letter Sent by Eamon Gilmore, Colm Breathnach and Denis O’Callaghan post 1992 Workers Party Split. It outlines the policies  and aims of the group. Polices look like those of The Workers Party but without the Democratic Centralism.

The breakway group  were initailly called ‘New Agenda’ and contested the 1992 Westminister Elections under that name. However the name didn’t last long and the party called then itself  ‘The Democratic Left’, which itself joined the Labour Party in 1998.

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2 Responses to “‘New Agenda’ (post Workers Party pre Democratic Left) -Eamon Gilmore, Colm Breathnach and Denis O’Callaghan Letter.”

  1. […] From the Split came briefly ‘New Agenda’ who contested the 1992 Westminister Elections. Heres a letter Sent to constituents by Eamon Gilmore, Colm Breathnach and Denis O’Callaghan. It outlines the policies and aims of the group. […]


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