Potrzebujemy wyborów powszechnych i zmiany rządu

Przemawiając w tym tygodniu w sprawie rządowego wniosku o wotum zaufania dla ministra budownictwa Darragha O’Briena Mary Lou McDonald powiedziała, że ​​im dłużej Fianna Fáil i Fine Gael pozostają u władzy, tym gorszy staje się kryzys mieszkaniowy. 

Welcome to The Weekly Digest from Sinn Féin where we bring you a flavour of the work and campaigns that we have been involved in during the course of the week.

Fáilte go hIris Choimriúcháin na Seachtaine ag Sinn Féin ina gcuirfear ar bhur súil blaiseadh den obair agus de na feachtais a bhfuilimid ag plé leo le linn na seachtaine.

This will be the last Weekly Digest in 2022.  We would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone and merry Christmas and a happy New Year.  The next digest will be out in January.

The Weekly Digest / Iris Choimriúcháin na Seachtaine

Private Seán Rooney RIP

Speaking in the Dáil this week Mary Lou McDonald said „Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Private Seán Rooney who was killed in Lebanon this morning while on peacekeeping duty. We hope and pray for the speedy recovery of those who were injured and our thoughts are with all members of Óglaigh na hÉireann at this difficult time. 

„Our peacekeepers are heroes and we are proud of them for their courage and sacrifice.”

Watch Mary Lou here: https://fb.watch/hs6kbx3-v3/

Sinn Féin fully supports our health workers in their campaign for fair pay and better working conditions

Michelle O’Neill this week pledges Sinn Féin’s full support to health workers on the picket line for fair pay and better working conditions.

She said it is disgraceful that our health workers have to campaign in freezing temperatures for what they deserve and Sinn Féin will continue to fully support our health workers.

Watch Michelle here: https://fb.watch/hqKBJw7m4m/

We need a general election and a change of government

Speaking on the Government’s motion of confidence in Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien this week Mary Lou McDonald said The longer Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael remain in power, the worse the housing crisis gets. 

Not only do we need a change of Housing Minister, we need a change of government. 

We need a general election!

Watch Mary Lou here: https://fb.watch/hqLtkAV0WL/

Nurses and midwives forced to emigrate due to government failures

Sinn Féin used its Private Members’ Time in the Dáil this week to bring forward a motion to bring nurses, doctors, and health professionals home and end the crises that are driving them abroad.

Government has failed to tackle the housing and cost of living crisis and this is forcing young nurses and midwives to emigrate and stopping others from coming home.

Sinn Féin in Government, would train more and retain our key frontline staff  and fix the housing crisis to help healthcare workers to come home.

Watch a section of the debate here: https://fb.watch/hqPwaovqpg/

Debate on Ireland’s constitutional future happening across all sections of society

Speaking on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Seanad this week Sinn Féin Seanad Leader Niall Ó Donnghaile said the debate about Ireland’s constitutional future is happening across all sections of society, north and south.

We must move forward. We must unite. We must build our new Ireland.

Watch Niall here: https://fb.watch/hqKqhaRczm/

Families can’t afford to heat their homes while £600 payment is being blocked

Speaking this week John Finucane said it is disgraceful that many families can’t afford to heat their homes this winter, while a £600 support payment is being blocked. Had we had an Executive this payment would have been made.

The blocking of an Executive by one party must end.

Watch John here: https://fb.watch/hqJ_ciDQ-6/

Out Now – The fourth and final 2022 edition of An Phoblacht

The fourth and final issue of the An Phoblacht magazine for 2022 is on sale now! 

In this issue Míchéal Mac Donncha and Joe Dwyer take on the centenary executions with a focus on Liam Mellows and Erskine Childers. We reprint Nora Connolly O’Brien’s 1932 refection on the Mellows she knew.

We also have extensive coverage of the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis with the full text of Mary Lou McDonald’s presidential address, along with contributions from Michelle O’Neill, Conor Murphy, Pearse Doherty, John Finucane, and Mairéad Farrell. Meanwhile Kathleen Funchion, Emma Sheerin and Eoghan Ó Finn reflect on the day in the RDS.

Get your copy here today: www.sinnfein.ie/anphoblacht

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