Sinn Féin must show moral courage on modern issues
The party’s weak response to various controversies mean there are legitimate questions about its suitability for government
Sinn Féin will decide what the next government will look like. Mary Lou McDonald’s party has held this power since the 2016 election. On the centenary of the 1916 Rising, Sinn Féin recorded its largest ever vote share with almost 14 per cent, up a respectable four points on its 2011 result.
The party‘s relative success at the last election forced Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil into thinking the unthinkable. Never since the...
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