There has been strong calls issued by the Sinn Féin party last night as they want both the Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Attorney General Máire Whelan to hand in their resignations immediately.
The latest call comes as the party want the Dáil to reconvene next week to discuss the much talked about Fennelly Commission report, which will reportedly highlight the governments failings whilst they have been in office. The latest call by Sinn Fein has also been heavily backed by the Fianna Fáil party who have also stated that they will not rule out a motion of no confidence in Mr Kenny once they have fully read the report.
Meanwhile Fianna Fáil party leader Michael Martin has slammed Mr Kenny for his attempts to spin the Fennelly report stating that what the Taoiseach presented was neither credible nor tenable. Mr Martin also stated that he and his party are not ruling the possibility of passing a motion of no confidence in Mr Kenny and his colleagues when they reconvene in the Dáil at the end of the month.
However leading TD’s at Sinn Féin have called for the Dáil to be reconvened next week.
Party spokesman Aengus O’Snodaigh believes the Taoiseach along with the Attorney General should resign immediately, Mr O’Snodaigh said:”First of all we should have the Dáil recalled. But I think he should resign on it. “I don’t believe his position can be taken seriously by the public. He added: “He is saying one thing and the Commisson of Enquiry have found against him.”