Irish General Elections 2016 Result Live Streaming online February 27, 2016 live Vote poll on 26-2-2016. Watch Irish Parliament election result live streaming vote counting on Feb 27, 2016, vote count starting time 9.00 AM and after the completion, winners list.
Irish General Elections Vote Polls on 26 February 2016 from 7 am to 10 pm, while, Islands off the coast of Donegal, Mayo, and Galway vote one day early. total of 551 candidates were nominated, All resident Irish and UK citizens (3 million +) are eligible to be on the Dáil electoral register. As Irish parliament reduced in size, new government needs 80 elected members Teachtaí Dála or TDs
The Irish General Elections 2016 result live update can be seen telecast through television channels Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTE), TV3 (Ireland) and after the election result updates new Prime Minister Name will be announced and prime minister oath taking sworn in (swearing in ceremony live telecast on tv channels will be happened.
In Irish Assembly Elections 2016, main compete between Fine Gael vs Labour Party, Fianna Fáil vs Sinn Féin political parties. To form new government, 79 seats needed for a majority out of 158 seats in total in Dáil Éireann
32nd Dáil members will be held on March 10, 2016 to form the Taoiseach to head the Government of the 32nd Dáil. On advice of Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, President, Michael D. Higgins dissolved the 31st Dáil on February 3, 2016.
Dáil Éireann Assembly of Ireland Lower house of the Oireachtas, Dáil was first established in 1919, it is also known as National Assembly, Chamber of Deputies and House of Representatives. dáil means an assembly or parliament, Dáil Éireann is Assembly of Ireland
Political Parties in Ireland with leaders Name
Fine Gael (Enda Kenny), Labour Party (Joan Burton), Fianna Fáil (Micheál Martin), Sinn Féin (Gerry Adams), AAA–PBP, Independents 4 Change, Renua Ireland (Lucinda Creighton), Social Democrats (Catherine Murphy), Róisín Shortall (Stephen Donnelly), Workers and Unemployed Action (Séamus Healy), Catholic Democrats (Nora Bennis), Communist Party (Lynda Walker), Direct Democracy (Pat Greene), Fís Nua, Green Party (Eamon Ryan), Irish Democratic Party (Ken Smollen), Workers’ Party (Michael Donnelly), Independent Alliance, Independent, Ceann Comhairle (Seán Barrett)
Parliamentary constituencies in the Republic of Ireland: Carlow–Kilkenny, Cavan–Monaghan, Clare, Cork East, Cork North–Central, Cork North–West, Cork South–Central, Cork South–West, Donegal North–East, Donegal South–West, Dublin Central, Dublin Mid–West, Dublin North, Dublin North–Central, Dublin North–East, Dublin North–West, Dublin South, Dublin South–Central, Dublin South–East, Dublin South–West, Dublin West, Dún Laoghaire, Galway East, Galway West, Kerry North–West Limerick, Kerry South, Kildare North, Kildare South, Laois–Offaly, Limerick, Limerick City, Longford–Westmeath, Louth, Mayo, Meath East, Meath West, Roscommon–South Leitrim, Sligo–North Leitrim, Tipperary North, Tipperary South, Waterford, Wexford and Wicklow.