That is not the view of the electorate or the general public. Despite receiving the most first preference votes, Sinn Fein's place in the next government is not guaranteed. Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald has criticised what she described as the "old boys' club of Fianna Fail and Fine Gael" after they have both refused to enter government talks with her party. The party failed to run enough candidates to capitalise on its surging popularity in Ireland, so it will not finish up with the most seats. Fine Gael is winning the race to opposition but fears the many obstacles that must be overcome before it can vacate Government Buildings. It needs to happen as quickly as possible. She said that was not what people voted for and people were crystal clear that they wanted change. Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald says the two party system is now "officially broken" as she chaired a meeting of the party's national executive committee and continued to bask in a remarkable General Election result. Comment Premium Opinion Kevin Doyle: Fine Gael leads race to opposition benches - but it's not an easy route Fine Gael is winning the race to opposition but fears the many obstacles that must be overcome before it can vacate Government Buildings.
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