Time for FG to stop licking wounds
It might be tempting to delay forming a new government – but agreeing policies, on things like housing and health, takes time and must begin now
The process of forming a new government has been compared to a slow bicycle race. The parties and Independents involved appear to be moving at very different speeds.
Fianna Fáil are anxious to get involved. The Green Party are enthusiastic. Many Independent TDs are willing to serve. The Social Democrats are hesitant. Labour have ruled themselves out. Sinn Féin are annoyed at being left out. But Fine Gael is cautious and hanging back....
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