Its Meath-West election candidate says the party needs to show it's strong on social and economic issues.
The Green Party is vowing not to get involved in the business of short-term politics.
Its Meath-West election candidate Séamus McMenamin says it's important the party shows it can be strong on key social and economic issues for the voting public.
In its rural manifesto, the party promises to support farmers as they work towards a more secure future.
Mr. McMenamin says politicians need to start bringing a pro-active approach to the Dáil: