Sunday 30 April 2017

Louise Hogan: The IFA election has the hallmarks of being a contest unlike any other

This will be the first IFA president in the new era of ‘transparency’ and ‘accountability’
This will be the first IFA president in the new era of ‘transparency’ and ‘accountability’
Louise Hogan

Louise Hogan

What do you need to win an IFA election? Lots of souls willing to travel the high roads and by-roads. And this time, you may also need an extra edge - as it has all the hallmarks of being an election like no other.

Aside from the hardcore IFA members willing to canvass for the votes despite a potential backlash in farmyards, there is going to be the added pressure of rebranding the organisation.

This will be the first president in the new era of 'transparency' and 'accountability'.

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