Fianna Fáil insists more needs to be known about the effects of the cost overruns for the new National Children's Hospital.
Health Minister Simon Harris yesterday formally apologised for failing to provide the Dáil with the full information regarding the cost overruns.
He will face more questions from opposition parties over the issue today.
Around €100 million is being diverted from a range of projects to cover the extra cost.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe yesterday no key projects will be delayed or cancelled.
He confirmed which departments would have funding reduced or changed to cover the hospital overspend.
It includes a €24 million amendment to the Department of Health budget.
Funding has also been moved from some projects where external issues have paused the project, such as the A5 motorway in Northern Ireland.
Minister Donohoe observed: "Where the timing of drawdown of payments could be updated without jeopardising the pace of project planning, design and delivery, we have made adjustments to ensure that the much-needed National Children’s Hospital will be delivered.
"In meeting these funding pressures we have examined all our projects and programmes across government."
Fianna Fail's health spokesperson Stephen Donnelly wants more clarity.
He argued: "The Government announcement on exactly what projects are going to be affected by the massive cost overruns on the children's hospital is disappointing.
"It lacks detail - it's essentially a political document.
"We need to know exactly what projects are going to be affected, where and when."
The concerns were echoed by Labour.
The party's health spokesperson Alan Kelly argued: "We haven’t been told in detail what Health capital projects will now be left on the long finger for an indefinite period of time.
“I’ll be pressing for both Minister Harris and Minister Donohoe to provide a list of what capital projects are being put on the back burner tomorrow in the Dáil.”
Main image: Fianna Fáil Health Spokesperson Stephen Donnelly on the Plinth at Leinster House. Photo: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie