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Sinn Féin National Chairperson to address Athens anti-austerity conference

Sinn Féin National Chairperson, Declan Kearney will address an international anti-austerity conference in Athens, Greece this evening titled –Alliances for Democracy – against Austerity in Europe. In his address Mr Kearney will tell those in attendance: “In global terms inequality … Continue reading

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Process of economic policy and decision making must change – Kearney

Sinn Féin National Chairperson, Declan Kearney has called for the formation of an economic and social consultative body in the North to give key civic stakeholders a real role in the future development of regional economic policy and strategy. Mr … Continue reading

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Kearney welcomes union chief’s support for agreed platform

Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney has welcomed the public support of SIPTU President Jack O’Connor for developing an agreed platform among the left. Jack O’Connor is to set out his position in a speech this morning at Glasnevin to … Continue reading

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Declan Kearney calls for talks to build left wing alliance

Sinn Féin chairperson Declan Kearney has called for formal discussions to build a left wing alternative alliance in Ireland. The South Antrim Westminster election candidate said; “There has been unprecedented upheaval in Irish politics in recent years. It would be … Continue reading

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National Reconciliation in Ireland – The Need For Uncomfortable Conversations – Declan Kearney

British colonial interests and successive government policy have been at the root of political conflict in Ireland, and between our countries for centuries. British government strategy and its threat of ‘immediate and terrible war’ in the period of the 1921 … Continue reading

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