It has emerged that Kerry has no representative on the Citizens’ Assembly.
According to the Irish Mail on Sunday, ten mostly rural counties are left without a single representative on the body.
However, there are 26 representatives from Dublin and Cork has 14.
The 99 members of the Citizens Assembly were chosen by the Red C polling company.
The body was formed to discuss a limited number of key issues in the Constitution including the Eight Amendment.
According to the newspaper a number of rural TDs are very unhappy with the overall representation of the Assembly.