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Christian Centrist Party Chairperson Matt Ascough Founded 1991 (1991) Dissolved 1994 Ideology Social conservatism Politics of the Republic of Ireland Political parties Elections The Christian Centrist Party was a short lived conservative Christian political party in Ireland. It stood and endorsed a number of candidates at the 1991 local elections and at the 1992 general election. The party changed its name in 1994 to the Christian Solidarity Party. Candidates included party members Eammon Murphy[1] who stood in Dublin South Central, Patrick Doherty in Donegal North East, Joe MacDonough in Dublin North West, Gerry Duffy in Cork North Central and endorsing independent councillor Richard Greene in Dublin South.[2] The official Christian Centrist Party candidates polled only 3,443 first preference votes 0.2% of the overall vote at the 1992 general election[3] and the party faded away. A number of its members and candidates would move on and be active as independents in other minor conservative parties such as Muintir na hÉireann and the Christian Solidarity Party. The party name was used in an 1998 submission to Dáíl working group supporting a ban on Abortion. References ^ Eamon Murphy electoral history ^ O'Loughlin, Edward (17 November 1992). "Centrists seek to win five seats". The Irish Times: p. 7.  ^ Ireland - European Journal of Political Research, Michael Marsh, Department of Political Science, Trinity College, Dublin, 1993 v · d · eDefunct political parties in Ireland To 1918 All-for-Ireland League · Catholic Union · Home Government Association · Home Rule League · Independent Irish Party · Irish Conservative Party · Irish Liberal Party · Irish Metropolitan Conservative Society · Irish National Federation · Irish National League · Irish Parliamentary Party · Irish Patriot Party · Irish Reform Association · Irish Socialist Republican Party · Irish Unionist Alliance · National Association · Repeal Association · United Irish League Post 1918 Ailtirí na hAiséirghe · Aontacht Éireann · British and Irish Communist Organisation · Business and Professional Group · Christian Centrist Party · Clann Éireann · Clann na Poblachta · Clann na Talmhan · Córas na Poblachta · Cork Socialist Party · Cumann na nGaedheal · Cumann na Poblachta · Cumann Poblachta na hÉireann · Democratic Left · Democratic Socialist Party · Donegal Progressive Party · Farmers' Party · Fathers Rights-Responsibility Party · Independent Fianna Fáil · Independent Health Alliance · Irish Anti-Partition League · Irish Independence Party · Irish Workers' Group · Irish Worker League · League for a Workers Republic · Libertas · Monetary Reform Party · Muintir na hÉireann · National Centre Party · National Corporate Party · National Labour Party · National League Party · National Party (1924) · National Party (1995) · National Progressive Democrats · Poblacht Chríostúil · Progressive Democrats · Republican Congress · Saor Éire · Socialist Labour Party · Socialist Party of Ireland · Workers League This Republic of Ireland politics-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e