History has shown that the Irish people are best qualified to control their own destiny, but with a partitioned country still partly under foreign rule, the vision of a fully sovereign independent Irish nation is yet to be realized. We recognize the suffering that has happened throughout our history, but also the importance of preventing such suffering in the future. Our objective is to build support for achieving Irish reunification by peaceful and democratic means.
Sinn Féin MLA Conor Murphy has said Sinn Féin is prepared for an Assembly election on March 2 in order to return equality and respect to the heart of the political institutions.
Sinn Féin MLA Martin McGuinness has announced that he is resigning as deputy First Minister in protest at the DUP’s failure to accept the principles of power sharing and parity of esteem and their handling of the RHI crisis.
Sinn Fein has published a paper titled Towards a United Ireland, aimed at stimulating discussion on a pathway to Irish unity. It comes in the wake of the Brexit vote in which the majority of people in Scotland and the north of Ireland voted overwhelmingly to remain in the European Union. It outlines the benefits of reunification affecting a wide range of policy areas including health care, education, policing, justice, transport, and even sport. It also dispels the myth that Irish unity is unaffordable for the Republic, and discusses the pathway to reunification that has existed since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. Get the full report.
Momentum for a united Ireland continues to build across the United States.
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