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Irish presidential race needs someone like Dana, argues columnist

5 August 2011

An Irish columnist has said that the Irish presidential race needs someone like Dana Rosemary Scallon, the pro-life politician. Andrew Lynch wrote that the existing candidates have failed to excite public opinion. He said that Dana "is politically shrewd, utterly sincere in her Christian beliefs and has a personal charm that's conspicuously lacking in some of her rivals." [Irish Herald, 4 August]

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