Sinn Fein are poised to turn up the heat on Enda Kenny.
The party will put forward a motion of no confidence in the Taoiseach in the Dáil next week.
The motion will be tabled in the evening of Wednesday, December 10, to coincide with a series of nationwide protests against the introduction of water charges.
Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty says the motion will be debated next Tuesday and Wednesday. According to him, it is a direct result of the Government’s refusal to scrap water charges altogether.
Mr. Doherty said “Enda Kenny is still not listening to the core message being conveyed at the water protests, which is that water charge must be scrapped.”
“If next Wednesday’s rally does not deliver the victory we want then we will continue to campaign right up to and including the next election whenever that happens,” he added.