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FF would back FG for 3 years in minority regime

Independent Alliance plays Cupid with Kenny and Martin still yet to meet face to face

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

10th April, 2016
Michael Martin's party are said to be willing to consider a “tacit agreement” Pic:

Fianna Fáil is willing to consider a “tacit agreement” to back a Fine Gael-led minority government for up to three budgets to avoid the prospect of another general election.

The issue of how a minority government would function is the crucial issue that has to be addressed in this week’s talks between Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin and independents.

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