Fine Gael has said it is adamant the only debate the Taoiseach Enda Kenny will take part in on the Seanad referendum is in the Dil chamber.
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The party's deputy director of elections, Regina Doherty, said: "This isn't about individuals and this isn't Nike Lebron Soldier 10
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"This is about the Irish people deciding what kind of governance structure we want. It isn't about personalities and we've never had a debate in any other referendum among party leaders before, so why should we have one in this referendum.
"This isn't about Enda Kenny, it isn't about Michel Martin, it is about getting the Irish people the facts."
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the Seanad referendum that Michel Martin publicly debate these important issues with me and I challenge him to do so."
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