The departing Taoiseach and Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has said he has no regrets during his time in office.
Mr Kenny who will officially stepdown as Taoiseach next week also said he doesn’t regret having both Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney as part of his cabinet.
The departing Taoiseach who speaking during Leaders Questions in the Dáil said he was more than content at what he achieved during his time as party leader, and that he was more than happy to hand over the reins to either one of his understudies who have performed remarkably well throughout their political careers.
Mr Kenny told the Dáil: “They may not have been supporters of mine when my friend Richard took to the field, but I was happy to watch them grow as ministers and bring about a situation where they have actively and vigorously campaigned for the right to lead this party over the last couple of weeks.”
Share this story
Just click Like