Leo Varadkar has just been elected as Ireland's youngest ever Taoiseach. Later, he will appoint new ministers when he carries out a cabinet reshuffle.
He's already appointed Simon Coveney as deputy leader of Fine Gael and Coveney is expected to leave his Housing portfolio to move into the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Many of the Fine Gael ministers are expected to move jobs or be given additional responsibilities like Paschal Donohoe who will become Finance Minister.
Among those tipped for a call up to Cabinet are junior ministers Michael Ring and Eoghan Murphy, while chief whip Regina Doherty's been tipped to take charge of a department.
Fine Gael MEPs have congratulated Leo Varadkar on his election. Seán Kelly said, "He has lengthy experience in terms of his interest in politics and a history of involvement with our European family, the European People's Party.
"Leo Varadkar would be considered to be dynamic and progressive, which is what Europe needs now, much like we have seen in France with the victory of Emmanuel Macron and more globally, with the positive leadership of Justin Trudeau in Canada".
"We also congratulate Simon Coveney as the newly appointed Deputy Leader of Fine Gael – a unifying move which will strengthen the party from the grassroots to the cabinet".
Although TD Gerry Adams expressed his concerns that "Varadkar will drag this government even further to right. As Minister for Social Protection, when he should have been working to protect the most vulnerable, he used his position to make their lives even harder".
"More recently, he spent over two hundred thousand euro of public money on a campaign which suggested that welfare fraud is rife in this state. That has since been proved to be untrue."
"This attitude contrasts sharply with Fine Gael’s attitude to white collar crime and corporate tax dodging."