QR.bizNewsIrish Taoiseach Enda Kenny stepping down

Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny stepping down

Minister for Social Protection Mr Varadkar was speaking at a press event at Dublin alongside the Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe, who publicly endorsing him earlier today.

Kenny has been leading the Fine Gael party for 15 years, while in 2011 he assumed the office of the country's prime minister.

"I hope now Leo goes on to win this Fine Gael contest and help lead our country after the enormous progress of this Government over the past six years".

He said that like any politicians, Mr Kenny had "his highs and lows" but he praised general his performance over two governments.

As to the future Cllr Mulhall said the party has "two good candidates" in Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney and there was talk of a third candidate.

The local Senator described Enda Kenny as "probably the best Taoiseach the country ever had" and said history would judge his tenure very favourably.

His departure has been long anticipated after the party returned to power past year in a fragile minority coalition, which is dependent on the support of the opposition party Fianna Fail.

He had previously said he wouldn't lead the party into the.

Quoting our article, Cllr Doyle said: "I have a huge amount of respect for both Simon Coveney and Leo Varadkar".

Kenny has been a member of the parliament for west Ireland's County Mayo since 1975, having succeeded his father Henry Kenny.

The other is Simon Coveney, the housing minister, who is the son of former Fine Gael minister Hugh Coveney.

The parliamentary party holds the whip hand with 65 per cent of the voting strength, with councillors allocated 10 per cent and rank and file members 25 per cent.

Mr Donohoe's support is also significant, as he is one of the most influential members of the Cabinet and has been tipped as a potential minister for finance once Michael Noonan steps down after the leadership race. Following this he was the Minister for Defence between 2014 and 2016.

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny conceded defeat on 27 February following elections that saw the governing coalition punished by voters tired of austerity, leaving the eurozone country in political limbo with no clear victor.

Justice minister Frances Fitzgerald and education minister Richard Bruton may also run for the leadership.

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