Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD speaking this morning on the outcome of the Westminster election campaign said: “I want to commend Michelle O’Neill and our northern team, including our candidates and their families for their outstanding performance in the election. We increased our vote in every constituency. “This was […]
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Working for Justice and Peace in a United Ireland President’s Column “…in Ireland there must not be two nations or three nations but one nation…Catholic, Protestant, and Dissenter must unite to achieve freedom for all.” -Padraic Mac Piarais (P.H. Pearse), address at the grave of Wolfe Tone, Bodenstown Churchyard, Co. […]
A short video tribute to Martin McGuinness, one of Ireland’s most iconic Irish republican leaders who sadly passed away in March 2017.
Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald TD welcomes the EU recognising the provision in the Good Friday Agreement to end partition and create a united Ireland.
Over thirty people attended the recent monthly meeting of the New Jersey 5th & 9th Congressional chapter of the IAUC to hear national President, Peter Kissel, discuss his thoughts on the effect of Brexit on Northern Ireland and the border that divides the island of Ireland. Peter stressed the border […]
Former US President Bill Clinton gave a touching eulogy at the funeral of former Irish Republican Army (IRA) commander and Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness.
by Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams at his funeral on March 23, 2017 Ar dtus ba mhaith liom mo chomhbhron a dheanamh le Bernie, bean cheile Martin, Fiachra, Grainne, Fionnuala agus Emmett agus garphaisti s’acu. Ta Sinn Fein an-bhroduil as Martin McGuinness. Cuis mhor broin againn uilig gur chaill muid […]
Sinn Féin MLA Michelle O’Neill has said a deal to implement previous agreements is required in order to form an Executive. Michelle O’Neill said: “I spoke to the leaders of the other main parties and sought their agreement to cancel today’s sitting of the Assembly. That was the right decision. […]
Based on current economic analyses* conducted on the benefits of Irish unification the following estimates have been made: Unification will raise the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the six counties of Ireland currently under British rule, by 2.1 to 2.6 billion euro in the first year after unification. The GDP […]