Martin Ferris Welcomes Nomination Of Liadh Ní Riada For President

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Deputy Martin Ferris.

SINN Féin TD for Kerry, Martin Ferris has welcomed the nomination of Liadh Ní Riada as the Sinn Fein Presidential candidate.

Deputy Ferris said: “Liadh Ní Riada received the backing of the Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle yesterday as our candidate in the Presidential election on the 26th of October.

“Liadh will bring energy and passion to the office of President of Ireland.  She is the best placed candidate to represent a modern, progressive, fair and caring Ireland. Liadh will be a President of whom we can all be proud.”

“We need a new president for a new Ireland. This country has changed radically in the last number of years and we are now a global inspiration for others when it comes to progressive social change.”

“We need to continue to build on this as we shape a new United Ireland for all and we need an energetic president that will encourage and support us on this journey.”

“In my Fisheries and the Marine brief, I have worked closely with Liadh on a range of issues such as coastal fishing, Brexit, and rural issues and I have found her always to be passionate and committed to the cause of standing up for Ireland on the European and international stage. I believe she would bring the same passion and enthusiasm to the office of president.”

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  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    Sinn Féin the so called nationalist party!

    Good on the British for going Brexit.
    If Sinn Féin was nationalist party they would not support the EU with its unelected, undemocratic globalist bureaucrats.

    Sinn Féin would support an Irexit if they were nationalist! But, they are on the gravy train too like the rest of the so called Irish political establishment and elite.

    Sinn Féin (“ourselves” or “we ourselves”) ……..LOL, they have more in common with Dermot MacMurrough by making Ireland just a province of the EU – no longer an independent nation.

    God help Ireland – all she has is liberal left hypocrites for now!

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