The leader of Fianna Fáil Mícheál Martin, has stated that his party will not enter a grand coalition with Fine Gael.
Speaking in Dublin on the election campaign Mr Martin said that his party have no intention of entering into a partnership with their political rivals.
Martin who was responding to a question in regards to the Taoiseach’s comments on such a partnership, said that Fine Gael need to be removed from office.
The Fianna Fáil leader stated that the public want and need change therefore a coalition is not the option.
He added that Fine Gael have been in Government too long and in that time they have enacted little change.
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