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Ardfheis or Ard Fheis (Irish pronunciation: [ˈɑːɾˠd̪ˠ ˈɛɕ] "high assembly"; plural Ardfheiseanna) is the name used by many Irish political parties for their annual party conference. The term was first used by Conradh na Gaeilge, the Irish language
Irish language
cultural organisation, for its annual convention.

Contents

1 Usage 2 Ard Chomhairle 3 In Scotland 4 References

Usage[edit] Among the parties who hold Ardfheiseanna are:

Sinn Féin[1] Fianna Fáil[2] Green Party[3][4] Workers' Party of Ireland Republican Sinn Féin Irish Republican Socialist Party Republican Network for Unity National Party 32 County Sovereignty Movement

In Northern Ireland, the term is not used by the Social Democratic and Labour Party, or by those parties which are not Irish-nationalist in outlook, such as the Alliance Party and Democratic Unionist Party. In the Republic of Ireland, Fine Gael, the Labour Party, Communist Party, Renua Ireland
Renua Ireland
and the Social Democrats do not use the term ardfheis. Ard Chomhairle[edit] Many political parties who use the term Ardfheis, also use the term Ard Chomhairle which means National Executive Committee. It literally translates as High Council. In Scotland[edit]

Scottish Republican Socialist Movement Siol nan Gaidheal

References[edit]

^ " Sinn Féin
Sinn Féin
Ard Fheis under way in Dublin". RTÉ News. 5 March 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010.  ^ Bartley, Colin; Sheahan, Fionnan (3 April 2010). "FF's mini ard fheis could begin trend". Irish Independent. Retrieved 6 April 2010.  ^ "Green Party Convention 2017 Brochure". issuu. Retrieved 2017-10-24.  ^ Boyle, Dan (2006). A Journey to Change 25 Years of the Green Party in Irish Politics. Nonsuch Publishing. p. 122. ISBN 978-1

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