It’s expected Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil will formally respond to the Green Party’s letter on government formation today.
It’s been 80 days since the general election and there’s still little sign of a government being formed.
The Greens have made a 7 per cent annual reduction in carbon emissions a red line if they’re to enter government.
Meanwhile a leading Green party official in the North West has confirmed that the party have still to hear back from Fianna Fail and Fine Gael in relation to key issues the Green party put forward in advance of joining up with any Government collation.
The Green’s National Co-coordinator and Chairperson of the Executive Blaithin Gallagher says they can no make further decisions on any government formation until they receive a response from the other parties involved in the talks: