Monday 20 February 2017

Lessons in 'Dáil numbers for slow learners' to go on

Published 15/04/2016 | 02:30

The Dáil chamber. Photo: Tony Gavin
The Dáil chamber. Photo: Tony Gavin

Today we are precisely on the seven-week mark since the election. From tomorrow, all previous records of time without a government will be broken.

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Back in 1992-93, it took 48 days, from election day on November 25 until January 12, for Albert Reynolds and Dick Spring to put together a Fianna Fáil-Labour coalition.

This time around, after a similar delay, we seem to be only beginning.

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