By David O’Sullivan
Sinn Fein has re-iterated its desire for a “Border Poll”
Various party members have been speaking at Easter Rising Commerations
and have used the opportunity to raise the issue.
In Belfast Deputy Leader Mary Lou McDonald said a poll – under the terms of
the Good Friday Agreement –
could end partition by peaceful means.
meanwhile in Cork the party’s Social Protection Spokesman Aengus Ó Snodaigh
delivered the main oration at the Easter Rising Commemoration in Saint
The Dublin-South T-D commented on Youth Emigration, Austerity and finally
parties call for a North-South Referendum.
Aengus Ó Snodaighh admits that holding a referendum would have a cost,
but says in the longer term the results would benefit for the economies of
both the North and South