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Martin: FF won’t force a general election this year

Martin was speaking at the Fianna Fáil ard fheis in Dublin’s Citywest, where there was growing unease over the confidence and supply deal among delegates

24th February, 2019
Micheál Martin has pledged that there will be no general election this year Picture: Fergal Phillips

Micheál Martin has said Fianna Fáil will not force a general election this year, despite last night attacking Fine Gael ministers for using public money to bolster their profiles.

Martin was speaking at the Fianna Fáil ard fheis in Dublin’s Citywest, where there was growing unease over the confidence and supply deal among delegates who heard stinging criticism of the Fine Gael minority government throughout the day.

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