23 April 2009 Edition
In 2009 Irish republicans are as committed to the objectives of Irish independence, national unity and social equality as we were when the first and only all-Ireland Parliament – An Chéad Dáil – met 90 years ago.
Sinn Féin has a strategy and comprehensive policies to achieve these objectives.
Building political strength across the island and winning allies internationally is key to this.
There are also huge challenges facing the people of Ireland in terms of the economy; tackling sectarianism; reconciliation; creating a society which improves the quality of life of every citizen; ending corruption and building equality and justice.
Sinn Féin and Irish republicanism is ready and able to meet these challenges and to deliver real change for citizens.
This June Sinn Féin will contest elections North and South.
We are the only party contesting all of the Irish constituencies in the European elections.
We will also be standing candidates throughout the 26 counties in the local government elections.
This is a huge endeavour. Every single vote will count.
We need your help – financial and personal.
We want to return the strongest possible Sinn Féin team to Europe and the greatest number of Sinn Féin Councillors across the 26 Counties.
Over the last number of years I have asked for your help on many occasions and you have always responded positively.
Your support has allowed us to take brave decisions to advance the Peace Process and to put our agenda for change firmly onto the political agenda.
Please make a donation to our election campaign and help Sinn Féin deliver for Ireland's future.
Thank you for your help and support. Go raibh maith agat.
Gerry Adams MP
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