November 11, 2023
Sinn Féin ready to lead government for change – Finucane 

Sinn Féin MP John Finucane has said Sinn Féin stands ready to lead a government for change.

The North Belfast MP was speaking to delegates at Sinn Féin’s Ard Fheis.

John Finucane said:

“We need a government with the vision, energy, and determination to fix housing, to fix
healthcare and to build a fairer economy that works for everyone.

“A government that really sees our young people, understands the challenges they face, and
responds with urgency to allow them to fulfil their potential. 

“A government that will get the basics right in the here and now, and drive forward ambitious,
positive change. 

“Sinn Féin is ready. Ready to lead. Ready to get the job done.”

John Finucane continued by saying the reunification of Ireland can be everyone’s future,
including those who remain unconvinced.

“To those who remain unconvinced of reunification I say to you, this is your future too. 

“Your culture, your traditions, your history matter.

“Your voice, your opinions, and your ideas matter.

“Be part of what is an exciting, positive, and engaging discussion.” 

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