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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: An Election poster is seen as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: An Election poster is seen as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: People arrive at a polling station as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: An Election poster is seen as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: People arrive at a polling station as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: People arrive at a polling station as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: People arrive at a polling station as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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DUBLIN, IRELAND - FEBRUARY 8: People arrive at a polling station as Voting begins in general election in Dublin, Ireland on February 8, 2020. With polls predicting a shakeup in government, more than 3.3 million Irish voters are going to the polls Saturday to elect 160 members of the national assembly. Voting began at 7 a.m. (0700GMT), with the latest polls showing Irish nationalists Sinn Fein leading with 25%, but even in a best-case scenario the party can win a maximum of 42 seats, the same number it is standing for. Ahmet Gurhan Kartal / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM