Ireland's Fianna Fail aims to complete government talks by end-May - Reuters

in DLIKE2 years ago


DUBLIN (Reuters) - The leader of one of the three parties negotiating to form a new government in Ireland hopes to agree a policy programme by the end of May for members to vote on and end a months-long political deadlock that has been overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.

An inconclusive election in February led to a political deadlock and the coronavirus crisis has forced Prime Minister Leo Varadkar's caretaker government to implement extensive fiscal and political policies.

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