Important discussion on Agreed Future continues in Belfast this Saturday - Adams
Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD has said that the important discussion on building an agreed future for all the people of Ireland will continue at a major conference in the Waterfront Hall in Belfast this Saturday.
Gerry Adams said:
“The world is changing at a rapid pace. Ireland cannot remain immune in the face of the sweeping developments we are witnessing.
“It is time for all our people, from all backgrounds and traditions, to begin constructing a new Ireland to meet the challenges and opportunities that now exist.
“The prospect of the North being removed from the European Union against the will of the people and a reinforcing of the border, has raised many questions about the future.
“That was reflected on the doorsteps, in the media and in all the political discussions during the two recent election campaigns.
“The idea of constitutional arrangements that better suit the new realities of Ireland in the 21stcentury is now a live issue.
“More than ever, there is a need for an inclusive, constructive debate on our future, including what a United Ireland might look like.
“To that end, the latest in Sinn Féin’s series of public discussions on Irish unity will be held in the Waterfront, Belfast on Saturday, 24th June.
Entitled ‘An Agreed Future?’ the conference will be an important contribution to the developing conversation around the prospect of Irish unity. I would encourage as many members of the public to come along on Saturday.”