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Coalition for reconciliation required - Kearney

16 July, 2015


Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney has said a coalition for reconciliation is required to unlock the next phase of the peace process. 

Mr Kearney said; 

"Those who share a strategic vision for the future of the peace process must reach out to each other and make alliances for the greater good. 

"A coalition for reconciliation, drawn from all sections of society and throughout Ireland and Britain, needs to be formed to unlock a new phase of the peace process. 

"The time has come for us all to develop reconciliation, promote healing and to embrace forgiveness. 

"That is a challenge which will be both difficult and painful because uncomfortable compromises inevitably need to be considered. 

"That challenges us all to open our hearts and minds and embrace respect, generosity, forgiveness and trust. These must be the foundations of a shared future. 

"Reconciliation and healing must be our future otherwise society and politics will remain trapped in the pain and resentment of the past."

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