Meath West TD, Peadar Toíbin has called on Fianna Fáil, to take action against it’s TD Robert Troy.
Mr Troy has been at the centre of a controversy in recent weeks after he failed to declare all his property dealings to the Dáil register of members’ interests.
The Aontú leader told Meath Live, ‘It should be clear enough to individual political parties that there is a problem there and they should demand accountability anyway whatever about the investigation.
‘I think there is a reluctance on some of the government parties, and some of the opposition parties too, to call for the resignation of Robert Troy because if they do it may reflect badly on other TD’s who haven’t fulfilled their responsibilities in this area.
Toíbin’s call comes on the back of Green Party leader Eamonn Ryan also slamming Troys behavious.
Mr Ryan said the Standards in Public Office Commission (Sipo) should initiate an investigation into the matter and that it should also be examined by an Oireachtas committee once the Dáil returns next month.
He described the “significant errors” made by the Minister of State with Responsibility for Trade Promotion as “very disappointing”, adding that it undermines confidence in the political system.