Wednesday, January 05, 2005


Sinn Fein Getting Restless

I see today that Sinn Fein chairman Mitchel McLaughlin has said efforts to revive devolution in the North must be picked up ahead of elections.
McLaughlin called on the British and Irish governments to build on progress made in talks involving the DUP last year.

"We believe that the job can be completed and completed quickly if the necessary political will is there" he said.

I wonder if Sinn Fein are getting a bit concerned at the growing rumours of IRA involvement in the bank heist?
The fact that unionists are eager to find out who was involved in the robbery hurts Sinn Fein who like to pretend to the nationalist community that they are working in their best interests.
Perhaps if the rumours persist and indeed if they're confirmed,Sinn Fein will be hurt in the forthcoming elections?
Right now the North is in a political limbo,but for Sinn Fein,it could quickly become a political hell!


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