Calls For An Interim Government If The Deal To Form A New One Is Not Passed
It will be put to a vote on Friday
Members of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Greens are voting this week on whether to enter government.
But with criminal legislation that mandates the Special Criminal Court needing to be passed by Monday, there's been calls for the Dáil to elect a provisional regime if the deal fails.
Minister Richard Bruton has been urging members of his own party Fine Gael to back it:
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