Unevenness of Irish recovery weighs on Feb. 26 election

Ireland's Fianna Fail leader Miche?l Martin enters a car following a visit to Walkinstown, Dublin on February 22, 2016, after canvassing for support ahead of the forthcoming elections. Polls ahead of the election set for February 26 show Ireland may be the latest eurozone country to face political uncertainty as prime minister Enda Kenny and his current coalition government could struggle to form a majority for a second term. / AFP / LEON NEAL

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on February 23, 2016, on page 11.




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