Members of the party are demanding a special meeting, after disappointing results in the by-election.
Fianna Fáil has lost its way, according to a midlands councillor.
Members of the party are demanding a special meeting, after receiving just 4.6 per cent of the poll in the recent Dublin Bay South by-election.
Fianna Fáil minister are also urging members to support the Taoiseach, with some questions raised around Micheál Martin's suitability as leader.
Offaly councillor Eamon Dooley thinks his party, which once dominated the political scene, is in "no man's land":
Minister of State, Jack Chambers, says the majority of the party support Micheál Martin as Taoiseach and party leader: