In light of the revelations in last week's Irish Independent, ('Gilmore took opposing views in public and in private', June 1), is Eamon Gilmore a suitable Tanaiste?
Surely his actions, whereby he publicly eschewed a re-run of the Lisbon Treaty, whilst secretly assuring American officials that he would support same, makes his position untenable?
Mr Gilmore trades on his supposed reputation for honesty. Apparently he can speak from both sides of his mouth when it suits him. His position is untenable; he should resign.
MARTAN O Conghaile
Dundrum, Dublin 14