Dublin City Council last night voted to allow Dubliners to vote on whether the capital should have a directly elected mayor while the three other Dublin local authorities – Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, South Dublin and Fingal – haven’t voted on the matter yet and will do so on Monday, March 31. if any one of these authorities vote against holding mayor vote, the proposition will be dropped.
Ciaran Kennedy, from Democracy in Dublin, writes:
“There is still a very real danger that the remaining councils may block this vote. Of particular worry is Fingal and Dun Laoghire Rathdown. We’re encouraging people to take two minutes to email their local representatives.”
Find the email addresses of each councillor from the three authorities here
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