Kenny Proposes Ireland's First Grand Coalition to Break DeadlockBy
Kenny offers principal rival `full-partnership governnment'
Talks to intensify before parliament meets on April 14
Ireland’s acting Prime Minister Enda Kenny sought to jump-start talks on forming a government, formally offering to put together an unprecedented coalition between the two parties that have dominated politics almost since the foundation of the state in the 1920s.
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