Taoiseach Leo Varadkar promised five years of income tax reduction if Fine Gael wins the next election.
In the fourth week of talks on extending the life of minority governments, US Defense Secretary Varadkar took a bold move.
He used the broadcast Ard Fheis speech to say that it is not easy to turn on the Fianna Fail and negotiate.
"We know that we have inherited from the Piña file – a bank, a ghost complex, a Pirate, a mime, a Priory Hall, negative equity, mortgage delinquency, hundreds of thousands of construction workers, bank lenders that can not lend," he said.
But most of the attention has focused on the promise of income tax cuts for middle-class households.
"The unreasonable economic management of the past is unfair to everyone," Barardkhar said.
"As a result, hundreds of thousands of jobs have been lost, public services have been cut, taxes have been raised, and future generations have been burdened with huge national debt."
He claimed that Pine Gael returned much of the injustice, but "some elements continue."
For example, the average income earner in Ireland applies the highest tax rate. The average full-time income is almost 46,000 euros, but Ireland applies the highest tax rate of over 35,000 euros.
"It makes it harder for parents to get back to the labor market, to prevent migrants from coming home, and to attract good jobs and talent to Ireland."
Taoiseach said the current tax rate for workers paying 40% tax on workers over 35,300 euros is "taking back our country".
"Fine Gael will end that inequity, but we will not do it with one big dramatic move." We learned from Fianna Fáil's mistakes, and we will do it in a sustainable and inexpensive way.
"During the last three budgets, Pine Gale and the government's independent states have raised the point where people pay a high tax rate, but now they have to do more," Baradekar said.
He pledged that by paying the following five budgets, people would pay € 50,000 per person for the highest tax rate and € 100,000 for two people.
"We will end this injustice and make more money for those who work hard," he said.
The move is likely to be attacked by opposition parades that remind of the Celtic tiger year.
In his speech, Varadkar mentioned the crisis of housing and health.
At the residential area, he said: "Gael, who was fine, firmly believes that every family should have a roof over their heads to call home.
"Fine Gael is a homeowner, and now it is our mission to ensure that home ownership is re-feasible and affordable for many people who think that home ownership is beyond reach.
"The housing crisis has happened over the years and perhaps decades."
Varadkar, in relation to health, says, "We live a longer, healthier life than before.
"Today, more people die than cancer, and the survival rate of strokes and heart attacks is also improving.
"Operational and procedural latency is decreasing.
"What happened was a direct result of government policy and strategy, government spending and resources, and the professionalism and quality of health care workers.
"It is especially necessary for seemingly intractable problems like hospital overcrowding."
Micheal Martin, meanwhile, was hit by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's pledge of tax abatement and urged Fine Gael to "jet-cool" the election tax promise.
The parties are in an overwhelming position until a review of trust and supply negotiations begins and renegotiation begins, and speculation about an impending election is accelerated by the core address of Taoiseach in the party's Ard Fhéis.
Martin urged caution and argued that promises could reach up to $ 4b. He said he had a pledge reminding him of his pledge ahead of his last general election.
"Remember the last general election … American style tax and we will abolish the Universal Social Charge (USC)?"
"It was a promise of four billion euros abandoned as soon as we got into the government. Cool the jets with Fine Gael's tax promise.
"It was a speech that supported the election … and it did not cost us again."
Citywest Fine Gael was eager to promote their readiness to run for the election. Martin spokesman said all parties are ready to run for the election.
But he tried to dampen the country 's outlook on the polls in a dignified election.
"The only people who create an unstable atmosphere around the government is the government itself, especially Leo Varadkar."
Martin said that some ministers, including Simon Harris, were keen on the election, but reiterated the need to avoid elections until the Brexit negotiations were ratified.
"As for the various statements of high-ranking Gaza members calling for the start of negotiations on a new minister," I can not explain the ministerial youth action today.
Martin said the UK government is not prepared for Brexit, but said there is still some room for negotiations at the British Parliament, optimistic that the negotiations between Britain and Britain are optimistic. This week in the EU.