Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar Suddenly Resigns

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has announced his resignation amidst election preparations and following a failed referendum

Leo Varadkar, illustrative photo / European People's Party, CC BY 2.0 DEED

Leo Varadkar, who held the position of Prime Minister of Ireland, has suddenly announced his decision to resign.

This decision, which came as a surprise to the public, was announced by him at a press conference following a government meeting.


Varadkar, who has led the country since 2017 and became the youngest Prime Minister in Ireland's history, expressed his pride in the achievements in equality and modernization of the country, improving the living conditions of the population, and strengthening Ireland's international status.

He also acknowledged the existence of unresolved issues but emphasized that it was time to pass the responsibility to others.

Varadkar is leaving the positions of Prime Minister and leader of the Fine Gael party amidst preparations for elections, where his party risks being defeated by Sinn Féin.

It should be noted that his resignation came after a failed referendum on family issues and the role of women in public life, the results of which many associate with the government's ineffective campaign.

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