The Taoiseach has warned there will be an election in four weeks if a motion of no confidence in the Government passes.
The coalition will face two more Dáil votes on the lifting of the eviction ban in the coming days.
Sinn Féin plans to bring forward legislation to extend the ban until next year, while Labour has tabled a confidence motion in the Government for next week.
Last night the Government won non-legally binding votes to bring the eviction ban to an end in the next 10 days - something which opponents say will result in thousands more being made homeless.
Latest state figures show there's record numbers living in emergency accommodation.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has described the motion of no confidence as political theatre:
"Let's not forget what a motion confidence means.
"It means an election in four weeks time.
"You know, does anyone really think that's gonna solve any of our problems? I don't think so.
"And does anyone really think that these motions are gonna pass? Of course they're not.
"This is political theatre and it's disappointing that we don't see the opposition using their time to actually put forward solutions."
Meanwhile, Environment Eamon Ryan has been heckled at an event in Trinity College Dublin.
A number of protesters interrupted the Minister's speech this morning.
They voiced their anger at the ending of the eviction ban and climate issues.