Galway TD Eamon Ó’Cuív wants to know who will be the next leader of Fianna Fáil, should its parliamentary party rule against Micheál Martin manning the helm.
This follows revelations that a number of the party’s backbenchers have said there needs to be a conversation about the party leadership heading into the winter.
Dublin Fianna Fáil TD John Lahart has said he doesn't believe the Taoiseach will lead them into the next election.
Others in the Fianna Fáil believe the changeover of Taoiseach on December 15th would be a good time for Mr. Martin to go.
Galway West Deputy Eamon Ó’Cuív says that he has nothing personal against the Taoiseach’s leadership of the party, rather fundamental differences in policy.
The Fianna Fáil TD told Midwest News he wants to know whether a forthcoming replacement for Micheál Martin will be radically different in their vision for the party, or more of the same…