Enda says hes disappointed to see Gilmore go

first_imgTHE TAOISEACH ENDA Kenny has said that Eamon Gilmore’s resignation comes as a ‘disappointment’.He told RTÉ News that he did have an indication that the Tánaiste would step down as leader of the Labour Party.He said that “It’s disappointing but I fully respect and understand his decision”.The Taoiseach also pointed out that Eamon Gilmore should be commended.He said that the pair had “a very strong working relationship for the good of the country”.When questioned about the future for the government, Kenny replied “we’ve got a programme which we agreed and it sets out targets”.He also addressed the recent election results, remarking that “everyone understands the clarity of the message given by the people in their votes.”He added that he acknowledges that people have made sacrifices and that they want to see results in their daily lives.Read: Eamon Gilmore resigns as Labour Party leader>Read: Who’s in the frame to become the new Labour leader? Here’s who:>last_img

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