Irish prime minister makes the rounds in Boston
Enda Kenny arrives for two-day visit, seeks investment
For Irish prime ministers, bringing it back home always means a stop in Boston. Enda Kenny, nearly a year into office as Ireland’s taoiseach, or prime minister, finally got around to it yesterday, arriving in “the next parish over’’ for a two-day visit. It began yesterday with him talking about the importance of the political support of the senator who replaced Edward M. Kennedy, and it will conclude today with Kenny meeting the latest Kennedy to enter the political arena, Joseph Kennedy III.