A rotating Taoiseach presiding over the next Dáil could work.
That’s according to Kerry Fine Gael TD Brendan Griffin who says all eventualities and permutations need to be explored in order to form a government.
Deputy Griffin was responding to suggestions which have arisen in some quarters that a snap election may be called in May if Government formation talks fail.
Deputy Griffin says ultimately elected representatives need to do what’s best for the country:
Deputy Griffin said Fine Gael is fully behind Enda Kenny – who he says has been pro-active in forming trying to form a government.