Sinn Féin - On Your Side

Adams - A vote for Joe Reilly is a vote for Meath

10 March, 2005


Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams speaking on the last day of canvassing in the Meath by-election said "A vote for Joe Reilly and Sinn Féin in this by-election is a vote for Meath, a vote for the peace process and a vote for a united Ireland. As we prepare to go to the polls I want to appeal to all voters to come out and vote and to vote for Sinn Féin and to transfer to Sinn Féin. "

Mr. Adams said:

"The establishment parties have failed to deliver for Meath in this time of prosperity. Meath has become a residential commuter belt, which lacks basic services and infrastructure such as hospitals, decent educational facilities, integrated transport including a rail link to Navan and childcare. And for almost 30 years these same parties have been robbing the most vulnerable people in this society.

"A vote for Joe Reilly is an alternative to all of that. Councillor Joe Reilly is by far the most active and experienced representative in this contest. A vote for Joe Reilly is a vote for the peace process and for a united Ireland. A vote for Joe Reilly is a vote for Meath.

"As we prepare to go to the polls I want to appeal to all voters in this by-election to endorse this work - to vote for Sinn Féin and to transfer to Sinn Féin."ENDS

Connect with Sinn Féin