Leitrim Councillors urge Martin not to enter government

The six elected Fianna Fáil Councillors in Leitrim have written to the Party leader, Michael Martin urging him not to enter into government with Fine Gael and the Green Party.


The councillors have raised concerns about Green policies and how it will impact rural Ireland.


The Councillors collectively feel that ‘a National Government’ is what is required to help the country emerge from the pandemic.


Speaking to Ocean FM News, Drumkeerin based Fianna Fáil Councillor Mary Bohan dismissed the suggestion that their actions will lead to another general election:



Cllr Bohan says they are still waiting for a response from Michael martin or Party HQ, She says the lack of consultation is annoying a number of Councillors:




The Manorhamilton Municipal District Councillor says a National Government representing all parties is required and she also says FF Councillors in Leitrim have issues with some Green party policies: