Killarney hoteliers offers premises as alternative Dáil chamber during recess

A Killarney hotelier has offered his premises to the Dáil so that it does not have to rise for an extended recess this summer. INEC, Killarney Patrick O’Donoghue, who is managing director of the Gleneagle Group, says the INEC would be an idea venue for the national parliament to sit. Mr O’Donoghue tweeted his invitation, following news that the Dáil would rise for 12 weeks from July 7th until late September, to facilitate repair works on the building. He says Killarney is ideal and already has hosted a number of key political events: [audio_player src=””]