Fianna Fáil will hold two meetings in Kerry this week to review their performance in the local elections.
A meeting will take place in Listowel tonight and there will also be a meeting in Tralee tomorrow with the Comhairle Dáil Cheantair.
It had been suggested that these meetings would address issues raised by councillor Michael Cahill.
Cllr Cahill believes he was shafted by his party colleagues after not being selected to serve as Cathaoirleach of Kerry within the next five years.
Deputy Brassil says both Kerry meetings will highlight what needs to be done ahead of a general election: