Mid Ulster Manifesto a positive way forward

26 February, 2013 - by Ian Milne


Sinn Féin Candidate for the Mid Ulster By Election, Francie Molloy, has today launched his election manifesto describing it as a positive manifesto for everybody in Mid Ulster.

 Accompanied by Party President Gerry Adams TD at the launch Mr. Molloy said,

“I am presenting my manifesto to every single voter in the Mid Ulster area and asking them to vote for me on the record of my party and our aspirations in delivering a better way of life for each and every one of them.

 “This election needs to be seen in the context of building on the hard work that has been done over the years in moving our society away from conflict and into a place where the focus can be put on social issues such as economic regeneration, education, housing and equality.

 “If elected I will work for every person in Mid Ulster area regardless of creed, colour or sexual orientation.

 “I am delighted that more and more people from the Unionist community are having the confidence to come into our constituency offices to have their problems dealt with, and I hope that this will continue to grow in the years ahead.

 “This is a very positive manifesto that reflects the confidence within the local party to deliver on the ground that will bring about prosperity to all of our citizens.”  

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