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Alliance’s Halligan urges Taoiseach not to call election

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
23rd June, 2019
Independent Alliance minister John Halligan

Independent Alliance minister John Halligan has urged the Taoiseach not to go to the polls in the wake of speculation regarding an early election. He also cited advice he got from former tánaiste Mary Harney about being in government and lambasted left wing parties in the Dáil for being too divided and divisive.

“I think it would be a retrograde step for anyone to call an election right now when we...

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