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MesajKonu: Republic of Ireland Elections....   9/4/2008, 15:51

New Irish governing party leader

Brian Cowen was confirmed as the new Fianna Fáil leader

Brian Cowen has been formally elected leader of the Irish Republic's ruling party, replacing Bertie Ahern.
However, the 48-year-old will not succeed Mr Ahern as taoiseach (prime minister) for another four weeks.
He had been the only candidate for the leadership of Fianna Fáil, the Republic's largest political party.
At a press conference following his election, Mr Cowen said he would he would steer an "orderly transition" from the Ahern era.

Bertie Ahern announced last Wednesday he was stepping down, amid
on-going inquiries about his finances at a tribunal into planning
Also at the news conference, Mr Cowen said the peace process in Northern Ireland would remain a priority.
"We look forward to working with everybody in Northern Ireland,
in the executive, in the assembly and those with responsibility in the
British government."
He said this "this would be to make a reality of the hope that is part of the process that we're now engaged in".
It has long been thought that Mr Cowen would replace Mr Ahern as Fianna Fáil leader and taoiseach.
He was 24 when he was elected to the Dáil (lower house of
parliament) in 1984 in a by-election in the Laois-Offaly constituency.
It was caused by the death of his father, Ber, at the age of 52. A solicitor and a Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) enthusiast, Mr
Cowen has served in six cabinet posts including the important
portfolios as minister for finance and minister for foreign affairs.
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