By Waterford News and Star
A former ministerial advisor has said that he expects school patronage to become a political issue ahead of the General Election.
His comments come after the Archbishop of Dublin defended the rule prioritising baptised children in Catholic schools.
Diarmuid Martin was responding to claims by a mother at the weekend that her four-year-old son was denied a place in a number of schools in south Dublin because he was not baptised.
Dr Martin also criticised the divestment process for being too slow.
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