Kerry’s Sinn Féin TD says the next 72 hours will tell if an election will be called in the North.
Yesterday DUP leader Peter Robinson stepped aside as First Minister, over a crisis sparked by the murder of Kevin McGuigan that police have linked to the IRA.
It has prevented the collapse of the power-sharing government for now.
Sinn Féin believes the situation has arisen out of a row between the unionist parties in the North.
Martin Ferris says Sinn Féin is committed to finding a resolution: