The next Fianna Fáil leader needs to come from Dublin, according to a former party TD.

Marc MacSharry lost the party whip, after voting against the government following repeated disagreements with Micheál Martin.

The Sligo - Leitrim based Deputy has described the Taoiseach as an autocrat and said Fianna Fáil needs someone new at the top.

He says there should be a limited list - including Jim O'Callaghan, Darragh O'Brien or even Jack Chambers as a dark horse.

Deputy Marc MacSharry told Midwest Radio's John Morley he believes the next leader of the parliamentary party needs to come from Dublin based on current electoral results...


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