Saturday 19 August 2017

Kenny told to keep quiet on his coalition options

Taoiseach has yet to tell us how he plans to form a stable government after the general election

Let's try again, for the sake of the country: Renua has eased off on the Government attacks recently. So will Enda Kenny and Lucinda Creighton get back together again? Photo: Gerry Mooney
Let's try again, for the sake of the country: Renua has eased off on the Government attacks recently. So will Enda Kenny and Lucinda Creighton get back together again? Photo: Gerry Mooney
Philip Ryan

Philip Ryan

Over the past number of weeks, Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin has been noticeably uncomfortable when questioned on his plans to return his party to power.

Martin has clashed with nearly every broadcaster in RTE when asked how exactly Fianna Fail is supposed to enter government if he continues to rule out coalescing with Sinn Fein and Fine Gael.

His insistence that both parties are off limits is playing into his rival's hands and making him look more and more like yesterday's man before a single vote is cast.

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