TaoiseACH Leo Varadkar has refused to return home after a three-year illness, despite the Taoiseaktas pledge to provide a full-time carer for him.
The Taoiseachers spokesman said he had received an order from his doctor not to travel to Ireland and to take care of his own health and wellbeing.
The Irish Times can reveal that Mr Varadker has refused the request, stating he is well enough to travel home.
He has also refused to answer questions about the health of his health and well-being.
The decision to exclude Mr Varidker from travelling home, with his father, has led to widespread speculation and speculation about his health.
Taoiseach’s health ‘already precarious’After the election in March, Mr Varadan said he would not be travelling to the United States, where he has been visiting with his son, Rory, on the weekend.
The comments were criticised by US Senator John McCain, who said: “I have a son that is not going to be able to get a plane and fly back to the US.
I cannot imagine that happening.”
Senator McCain’s remarks sparked a backlash from the Irish press, with Irish journalist Simon Cooney writing on his blog that Mr McCain’s comment was “an insult to his son”.
“We have been here before, in the past, when Taoiseaachs have refused to travel,” Mr Cooney wrote.
“It is an insult to those that work tirelessly to help people and those that want to protect them.”
Mr Varadkara has been travelling with Rory for a number of weeks, and his absence from the US has come at a crucial time for Mr Varadiks health.
A recent report found that he had an “unprecedented” amount of fluid in his bloodstream.
Mr Varadyar had previously told The Irish News that he could “live through” the weekend, and he was due to fly back from New York on Monday.
His health has been “already fragile”, and he had recently undergone surgery to remove a blood clot, Mr Coedy wrote.
He added that Mr Parvaneh “was the most stable of the Taoises health team, and the most committed to him in every way”.
The Taoises spokesman has also defended his decision not to go to America.
“I think it is right to respect his decision,” Mr Varadic said.
“He has been very supportive of me in every aspect of my life and in every phase of my recovery, so I feel very comfortable and comfortable in the situation that we are in.”
Mr Parvanes health “was already precarious”Mr Parvikar is in a serious condition, and is in the intensive care unit at the Mayo Clinic, a hospital spokesman said.
“He has suffered a severe blood clot in his leg that was diagnosed on Friday,” the spokesman said, adding that Mr Barra is currently being monitored.
“His condition is progressing very slowly and we are working to make sure he is kept well as we can.”
Taoiseras ‘tremendous support’The Taoisers “tremending support” for Mr Parvanh is a major factor in his continued recovery, the spokesman added.
“In the meantime, the Taois medical team and his doctors are working very hard to get him back as soon as possible.
They have been doing everything possible to help him,” the spokesperson said.
In December, Mr Parvar was placed in a medically induced coma after his blood clot was removed.