Adams: I’m staying on as SF leader
He also hit out at some independent TDs who have engaged in talks on government formation
Gerry Adams has said he will remain on as Sinn Féin president for the next two to three years, pledging to lead the party into the next general election if it falls within that period.
Adams was unopposed as he was re-elected Sinn Féin president for the 33rd year at the party’s ard fheis in Dublin’s Convention Centre last night. He told The Sunday Business Post in an interview: “I definitely will be...
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