Is páirtí Poblachtánach Sóisialach Éireannach é Sinn Féin. Tá stair fhada ag an bpáirtí seo, agus é ar thús cadhnaíochta ag cur shaoirse na hÉireann chun cinn le céad bliain anuas. B'é an páirtí seo a chuir cor i gcinniúint na hÉireann agus a bhain amach neamhspleáchas don tír.
Ceannasaíocht: Gearóid Mac Ádhaimh
Bunaithe: Bunfoirme 1905, Foirm reatha 1970
Idé-eolaíocht: Sóisialachas, Poblachtánachas
Sinn Féin is an Irish republican political party in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The name is Irish for "ourselves" or "we ourselves", ...
Sinn Fein’s spectacular slump in the Republic’s local and European elections erupted into open warfare last night after a veteran candiate quit. In a hugely damaging move, Christy Burke turned his back on the party after 40 years, accusing it of failing to support him during his tilt in the Dublin Central by-election. Mr Burke, Sinn Fein’s longest serving councillor, said he felt isolated by the party and not given the respect and funds he needed to win the late TD Tony Gregory’s seat. And he rubbished the party’s claim that he had deceived it and the voters by ...
The second Sinn Fein councillor to quit the party within a week has declared it had lost the battle for the hearts and minds of the working class. John Dwyer, who was re-elected to New Ross Urban District Council in Wexford on a Sinn Fein ticket, accused the republican leadership of building a party of faces rather than policies. His resignation marks a triple-whammy for Gerry Adams, just a week after veteran Dublin councillor Christy Burke stood down from the ranks and a poor European election performance. Mr Dwyer, a long-time trade union activist, said he left the party because it was no ...
Donegal’s 29 newly-elected councillors will meet later today. Donegal County Council will meet in Lifford at 12noon for their AGM, with the role of the Mayor of Donegal due to be filled. Five new councillors will enter the chamber today, in the form of Independent Seamus O’Domhnaill, Labour’s Frank McBrearty Junior and Martin Farren, Fine Gael’s Martin Hanley and Sinn Fein’s Mick Quinn. It is widely expected that Fianna Fail, Sinn Fein and Labour will form an alliance to take control of the Council.
Government has failed miserably to address mortgage crisis – Pearse Doherty T.D. Sinn Fein Finance Spokesperson Pearse Doherty TD has said that the Government has failed miserably to address the mortgage crisis. Speaking from Leinster House tonight, Deputy Doherty said: “Currently, 17.9% of all mortgages are in arrears. “Legislation is needed to protect the holders of all mortgages sold to unregulated companies. “Recourse to the Financial Services…
'Comfort letter' given to Sinn Fein councillor, claims DUP and TUV - Belfast Newsletter Belfast Newsletter'Comfort letter' given to Sinn Fein councillor, claims DUP and TUVBelfast NewsletterDUP MLA Arlene Foster said: “Following the revelations that have emerged from the collapse of the Downey case, it is clear that Sinn Fein lobbied the Government for the benefit of Mr William McMonagle, who has since 2004 been a member of the ...IRA murder victim's relative speaks out about On the Run schemeBBC NewsQuestion marks remain over HET terrorist casesBelfast Telegraphall 8 news articles »
Gerry Adams: Statement on the Government’s Priorities for the Year Ahead Speaking in the Dáil debate today on the ‘Government’s Priorities for the Year Ahead’ Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams slated the government’s austerity policies and accused Fine Gael and Labour of breaking elect ion promises. The Sinn Féin leader accused the government of recycling the ‘same old failed politics and the same old way of…