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Betting on the next Irish Green Party leader

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Eamon Ryan has stepped down as Green Party leader, here is the latest betting on who will lead the party into the next election

Updated on 19th of June & 20th June

Senator Pippa Hackett

Pippa Hackett is a prominent figure in the Green Party of Ireland, serving as Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity since 2020. A farmer by profession, Hackett has a strong commitment to sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation. Her leadership focuses on integrating eco-friendly practices into farming, promoting biodiversity, and addressing climate change. Hackett’s practical experience in agriculture combined with her political acumen positions her as a strong advocate for rural communities and green policies. 14/1 to 5/4  to 4/6

Roderic O’Gorman – Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth.
4/1 to 2/1 to 5/4

Have decided not to run for leader 

Ossian Smyth is a leading member of the Green Party in Ireland, currently serving as Minister of State with responsibility for Public Procurement, eGovernment, and Circular Economy. Smyth’s background in technology and his expertise in environmental policy drive his efforts to modernize government operations and promote sustainability. He is known for advocating digital transformation, efficient resource management, and policies that support a circular economy. Smyth’s innovative approach aims to balance technological advancement with ecological responsibility. 6/1 to 2/1 to 50/1

Catherine Martin – Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media. She has ruled herself out. 5/4 to 20/1

Ciarán Cuffe – Recently narrowly lost his MEP seat, experienced in European and local environmental policies. 2/1 to 8/1

Neasa Hourigan – Vocal TD known for her strong stance on social and environmental issues. 4/1 to 20/1

Patrick Costello – Influential TD involved in key policy areas. 7/1 to 12/1

Marc Ó Cathasaigh – TD for Waterford, involved in environmental and regional issues. 11/1 to 20/1

Joe O’Brien – Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development. 20/1 to 25/1

Francis Noel Duffy – TD for Dublin South-West, active on housing and sustainable development. 20/1 to 25/1

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