Here's a complete breakdown of Ireland's new Dáil so far as day two of the count begins
This is how the new Dáil is shaping up.
95 of the 158 seats up for grabs in Dáil Éireann have been filled since the counting of the ballots began yesterday morning. As it stands, Fianna Fáil have already already improved upon their return in the 2011's General Election, and Labour have won only four seats so far compared to 37 the last time around.
Here's a complete breakdown of how many seats each party has won as we enter the second day of the count:
Anti-Austerity Alliance/People Before Profit - 4 seats
Fianna Fáil - 28 seats
Fine Gael - 28 seats
Green Party - 1 seat
Independents - 10 seats
Independent Alliance - 4 seats
Labour - 4 seats
Other - 0 seats
Renua - 0 seats
Sinn Féin - 13 seats
Social Democrats - 3 seats
With 63 seats left to be called, Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are not too far away from being able to form a coalition. Whether they will, and who will lead it, remains to be seen.