Kerry politicians pay tribute for former Taoiseach, Albert Reynolds

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Politicians in Kerry have been paying their tributes to the former Taoiseach. Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris said Mr Reynolds’s efforts to restore peace in Northern Ireland were hugely significant. Deputy Ferris – who was released from prison after the IRA ceasefire 20 years ago – said that Albert Reynolds understood what the nationalist community in the North had been through: [audio_player src=””] fianna fail Fianna Fáil senator, Ned O’Sullivan said that Albert Reynolds was a pragmatist and a risk taker. Senator O’Sullivan said it was disappointing he didn’t win the party’s presidential nomination in 1997: [audio_player src=””]