For the Greens, the devil is in the absence of detail

The party’s members want a lot more clarity from Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil’s 'marshmallow' framework document

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent @aiden_corkery
19th April, 2020
Eamon Ryan: the Green party leader is believed to be keen to enter coalition, but other Green TDs are less so. Picture: RollingNews

There isn’t a split in the Green Party – there’s a “spectrum of opinions”.

Reports have been bubbling in recent weeks of a growing divide in the once harmonious outfit, with leader Eamon Ryan said to be eager to rush into a coalition government with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil while a rival group featuring Catherine Martin and rising star Neasa Hourigan are extremely wary of the prospect....

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