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Sinn Féin offer chance for voters in North Down to advance Peace Process

20 February, 2007

Sinn Féin Representative in North Down Deaglan Page today said that his party was offering voters in the constituency the chance to endorse their record in the Peace Process, in local communities and across the island.

Mr Page said:

"Sinn Féin is the only all-Ireland party standing in this election in North Down. We offer a vision of a United and Independent country. We make no apology's for that.

"A vote for Sinn Féin is a vote endorsing our record in the Peace Process over the past 15 years. It is also a vote for a party which has a track record of delivering locally, nationally and internationally.

"Sinn Féin is seeking to lay down a marker here in North Down for future electoral battles. There are no no-go areas for Sinn Féin. We are confident in our message and in our strategy to get us there. We are prepared to discuss and debate the future of this island with anyone. That is why we are standing in all 18 constituencies in this election.

"We have been out canvassing in the constituency and there is a real sense that people want to see the political institutions put back in place and see local politicians tackling issues like Water Charges, Rates increases and cuts in Health and Education. There can be no room for further excuses from the DUP." ENDS

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