Olltoghchán don Dáil, Samhain, 1992
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Olltoghchán don Dáil, Samhain, 1992 torthaí toghcháin agus aistriú na vótaí san olltoghchán don seachtú Dáil is fiche = Dáil general election, November, 1992 : election results and transfer of votes in the general election for the twenty-seventh Dáil by

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Published by Stationery Office in Dublin .
Written in English


  • Ireland. Oireachtas. Dáil -- Elections, 1992 -- Statistics.,
  • Elections -- Ireland -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

Headings in English and Irish, text in English.

Other titlesDáil general election
StatementDáil Éirann.
ContributionsIreland. Oireachtas. Dáil.
LC ClassificationsJN1541 .O38 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination62 p., [4] folded leaves :
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL535052M
ISBN 100707602637
LC Control Number96112595

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