The Taoiseach has been called on to set up a public inquiry into the death of Carrickmacross man Shane O'Farrell.
It's almost 10 years since he was killed in a hit and run on the N2 in August 2011.
His family have long called for answers into his death as the driver responsible had broken his bail conditions and had passed through a Garda checkpoint in a defective vehicle shortly before the crash.
It's two years since Judge Gerard Houghton was commissioned to carry out a scoping inquiry into the case.
However, that inquiry is yet to be completed.
TD John McGuinness called on the Taoiseach to set up a full public inquiry into the case.
But Taoiseach Micheál Martin told the Dáil the scoping inquiry must be completed first: