Sinn Féin to seek opinions of Irish speaking community
Sinn Féin are set to review their policy on the Irish Language and hope to submit a new document to the party’s Ard Fheis in Belfast in 2011.
The party’s Irish Language coordinator Gearóid Ó hEara said;
“in the planned document we hope to discuss a range of issues, from Gaeltacht affairs, Education, Public, Legal and Justice services, the Media, the Irish speaking community and Gaelú Shinn Féin. We will also be discussing the restructuring of Foras na Gaeilge, Plean 2030 and an Irish Language Act for the North.
We are seeking input from the Irish speaking community throughout the country and are organising a series of meetings to facilitate this.
The first meeting will be in Belfast on the 11th November at 7:30pm in An Chultúrlann.
Groups and individuals with an interest in this important matter are welcome to attend.” CRÍOCH