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Adams - A Vote for Sinn Féin - An Endorsement of the Peace Process

21 November, 2003


Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams MP has said that 'a vote for Sinn Féin is the best guarantee that there will be no renegotiation of the Agreement and that a strong and decisive Sinn Féin vote is a strong and decisive vote against the DUP and the rejectionists'.

Mr Adams said:

" The Sinn Fein peace strategy, and the endorsement of this by the electorate in growing numbers, has transformed our society. The DUP and rejectionists know this. That is why they have made Sinn Féin a central plank of their campaign.

" The strength of Sinn Féin's electoral support has made that difference. It delivers. For decades others failed to deliver change. They engaged in endless talks about talks. In our Local Councils, before Sinn Féin arrived, others accepted inequality, discrimination and second class citizenship, Sinn Féin Councillors did not. They confronted the bigots. They delivered change right across the six counties.

" A vote for Sinn Fein is the best guarantee that there will be no renegotiation of the Good Friday Agreement. A strong and decisive vote for Sinn Féin is a strong and decisive vote against the DUP.

" In this election we are asking people to endorse our work and to vote and transfer to Sinn Féin to maximise nationalist representation in the Assembly and the Executive and to return a Sinn Fein First or Deputy First Minister." ENDS

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