Dublin residents share views on general election | AFP

People in Dublin explain their positions on the eve of an Irish general election as polls predict a historic three-way fight for control of the next government. The next government is widely expected to be a coalition, raising the prospect of protracted negotiations. It took 70 days before a new minority coalition government was formed in 2016, with Fine Gael propped up by a confidence and supply arrangement with Fianna Fail.

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