MICHEÁL Martin was out and about in Tralee on Thursday as the Fianna Fáil party gears up for next year’s general election.
While his predecessor was being grilled at the banking inquiry in Dublin about the economic crisis which brought the country to its knees, the current party leader looked relaxed on a sunny walkabout in the town centre.
He was joined by Cllr John Brassil – who is one of the candidates chosen by the party to contest for a seat in the new five seat constituency – local Cllr Norma Foley and Senator Mark Daly.
He called into local businesses and talked to people in the streets before heading off to Killarney on Friday for another ‘pre-canvass canvass’ with the other FF candidate in the constituency, Cllr Norma Moriarty.
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