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Unanimous Dáil support for Sinn Féin motion to join ICJ case against Israel would send huge message to the world from Ireland – Matt Carthy TD

Sinn Féin spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Matt Carthy TD, has called on all TDs, including government representatives, to back Sinn Féin’s motion which would mandate Ireland to support the case by South Africa against Israel under the Genocide Convention.

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Indecision, high farce, and inaction

At times politics in Ireland is marked by moments of tension, high drama, and decisive action. Last week was the opposite. We got indecision, high farce, and inaction.

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Ireland must now join South Africa in case against Israel – Mary Lou McDonald TD

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald TD has welcomed the significant and decisive judgement from the International Court of Justice and said the only way for the order of the court to be fulfilled is through a full, immediate and permanent ceasefire.

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Irish America building momentum for Unity

In April 2023 hundreds of Irish Americans, Irish expats, and supporters of the Irish Peace Process gathered for an event in New York City at the Great Hall at Cooper Union. Many more joined online from all over the country.

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DUP ‘merry go round’ of delay has run its course – Kearney

Sinn Féin MLA Declan Kearney has said reports that the British Government do not want to diverge from EU laws is another indication of the Tories’ failed reckless Brexit agenda.

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Workers paying the price for one party’s failure to take action – Kearney

Sinn Féin MLA Declan Kearney has said public sector workers are entitled to and deserve fair pay now, and are paying the price for one party’s ‘inaction’ and ‘indecisiveness’.

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Decision time for the DUP, public want action and positive leadership – O’Neill

First Minister Designate Michelle O’Neill has said it is decision time for the DUP and that the public demand action.

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In the hands of the people

I once became friends with a novice Buddhist monk in Australia. We would meet at a meditation class and afterward would grab a cup of tea. His family had emigrated from Ireland. He wanted to know about Ireland and I wanted to know about his journey.

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Finucane welcomes launch of interstate case against ‘shameful’ Legacy Act

John Finucane MP has welcomed the launch of the Irish Government’s interstate case against the British government’s Legacy Act.

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Full remarks by Michelle O’Neill to Assembly sitting

We meet in a last-ditch attempt to elect a Speaker, and to form an Executive. We do so as the DUP continue their boycott, refusing to do their jobs. For two years now we have been told that the basis of their boycott is in opposition to the Brexit Protocol.

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Déjà vu all over again

The word of the week is tautology. Tautology is saying the same thing twice in different words.

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2024 is the year of momentous political change – Senator Paul Gavan

Addressing a crowd of 200 people at the annual Seán Sabhat Commemoration in Limerick Senator Gavan declared that a change of government cannot come soon enough for the people of Ireland.

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Decision time for the DUP

Speaking from Stormont on Monday, Conor Murphy MLA “It is now decision time for the DUP.

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From the Union to a new Ireland

Former British soldier and Ulster Unionist party officer Glenn Bradley spoke in the Duncairn Complex in November with senior Republican Seán Spike Murray, exploring his transition from a loyalist heartland and unionism to joining civic nationalist group Ireland’s Future and planning for a New Ireland.

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An opportunity not to be missed

Happy New Year. I hope you got a break over Christmas and returned rejuvenated and ready for action. This is going to be a busy year.

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Self-determination and unity referenda are in the national interest

Sinn Féin MLA Declan Kearney has set out the outstanding challenges for the next phase of the peace process while presenting the party’s new policy document, ‘A New Ireland for All’.

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Let’s make 2024 the year of change – Mary Lou McDonald

Sinn Féin Leader Mary Lou McDonald has said in her New Year’s message that the number one priority for Sinn Féin going into 2024 is Housing.

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New Year message from Michelle O’Neill

As we enter 2024, I remain absolutely determined to lead a new Executive as First Minister for All.

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Irish America responds to Irish Government’s inter-state human rights case against British Government

As news of the Irish Government’s decision to legally challenge the Northern Ireland Legacy Act under the European Convention of Human Rights, Irish American organizations who have been steadfast in their opposition to the Act welcomed and applauded the move.

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Irish Government to take interstate case against the UK over Legacy Bill “We will stand with those families as they challenge this cruel and cynical law.” – McDonald

Tánaiste Micheál Martin announced that the Irish Government had decided to take an inter-state case against the UK under the European Convention of Human Rights.

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British Government call halt to talks

The British Government today said that talks with the DUP had reached an end point. It is now decision time for the DUP. The DUP has blocked the operation of the institutions of the Good Friday Agreement for two years. This has left the people of the north without a government. Today in a meeting […]