Doolan urges Dubliners to vote for change
Sinn Féin Representative for Dublin South East, Daithí Doolan, speaking today in Dublin's South East Inner City called on people to come out and vote for change on Friday. He said the real option before people is to return those who have been responsible for a hospital crisis, housing waiting lists or to vote for Sinn Féin, a party which will put Dublin and its people first, a party that will bring forward a new deal for Dublin.
Mr. Doolan said:
"Sinn Féin's message throughout this election campaign has been to ask people to support our agenda for change and to allow us to continue to deliver for the people of Dublin. While other parties want to maintain the status quo, Sinn Féin is working for a capital that is a clean, safe and affordable place to live in. Our candidates have a proven track record of challenging inequality and delivering for our communities. With a strengthened Sinn Féin team in City Hall we can achieve much much more.
"People are telling us on the doors that they want change. If that change is to happen they need to vote for a political party that supports housing as a right, a waste management plan based not on bin tax and incineration but on A Zero Waste Strategy and increased support and resources for communities tackling the scourge of drug addiction.
Mr. Doolan concluded by calling on people to use their vote on Friday, "to bring about a city that we all feel part of. A city that we are all proud of, a city that is reclaimed by the people that live here." ENDS