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Next SF leader must ‘remain true’ to Adams’s vision, says Ó Broin

Gerry Adams will step down after nearly 35 years as party president at the end of February

31st December, 2017
Gerry Adams and Mary Lou McDonald Pic: RollingNews.ie

Senior Sinn Féin TD Eoin Ó Broin has said the party’s next leader must “remain true” to Gerry Adams’s vision.

Adams will step down after nearly 35 years as party president at the end of February, when he is likely to be succeeded by his deputy, Mary Lou McDonald. The Dublin Central TD is so far the only candidate to declare her intention to run for the...

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