What Sinn Féin wins is a win for all - O'Neill
Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill has said what Sinn Féin wins in this election and the negotiations that follow is a win for all.
Speaking at the launch of Sinn Féin's Assembly election manifesto in Armagh, Ms O'Neill said:
"We go to the polls on March 2nd because we called time on the arrogance and contempt of the DUP as a result of their mishandling of the RHI scandal and their disrespect for whole sections of our community.
"It's now over to the people to have their say.
"In this election Sinn Féin is standing up for equality, integrity, and respect. This also means dealing with the challenges of legacy. We are moving forward.
"We are about achieving political institutions, which deliver for all our people on the basis of equality and respect. We are for a new, united and agreed Ireland.
"The best way to achieve that is by returning the strongest possible Sinn Féin team because we have shown time and again that we will defend the interests of all citizens and the integrity of our peace and political process.
"What we win in this election and in the negotiations that follow, we win for all."