The Fianna Fail leader says he is focused on the policies of Government and not the personalities.
Deputy Micheál Martin made the comments on a day long visit to North Kerry today; where he will spend time in Listowel and Tralee.
Deputy Martin says the confidence and supply agreement has been laid down and if the new Fine Gael leader has other ideas they will have to approach them.
He again reiterated the party’s commitment to support three budgets.
When asked by Jerry O’Sullivan Deputy Martin wouldn’t be drawn on who he would prefer to be the next leader of Fine Gael:
Meanwhile, Micheál Martin has hit back at Kerry Fine Gael TD Brendan Griffin’s claim that Fianna Fail are waiting until they are riding high in the opinion polls before pulling the plug on Government.
The Fianna Fail leader said the Keel deputy is politically nervous.
Deputy Martin says people are not concerned by internal politics but rather issues like health and housing: