A Party Election Broadcast by Sinn Féin for the general election on 8 June.
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The last Assembly election happened when Martin McGuinness resigned,
because of the RHI scandal
and the refusal of the DUP to deliver rights for all citizens.
Your votes transformed the political landscape.
You knew the power of your vote, and you gave Sinn Fein a mandate
to set up an Executive, based on equality, respect and integrity.
We are standing firm on that commitment.
I'm asking you to stand firm also.
When talks resume on restoring power-sharing,
Sinn Fein will go back to finish the job.
Ta an toghchan seo faoi Brexit fosta.
This election is also about Brexit.
Theresa May wants a free hand to take us out of the European Union.
She wants to disregard the wishes of the people here,
from all walks of life, who rejected Brexit last June.
So does the DUP.
Brexit will be a disaster for our economy, for local businesses,
for farmers in the agri-food industry, for the health service,
for workers' rights and for border communities.
Sinn Fein are totally opposed to a border.
Sinn Fein is the only party to put forward
a credible alternative to Brexit.
We are building support for special status
that allows the North to stay within the EU,
and we make that case as the largest political party on this island,
with representation in Belfast, Dublin, London and Brussels.
Every vote we get strengthens our call
to respect the democratic wishes of the people
to remain within the EU.
Sinn Fein wants a modern, diverse and prosperous society.
We want a united Ireland.
In the meantime, we need you to show your support for an Executive
that delivers for everyone.
The Tories are determined to continue their austerity policy
and their attacks on public services.
A new Executive needs to stand up against that agenda.
Ta muid i re nua polaitiuil.
We are in a new political era.
There are opportunities for real change.
What Sinn Fein wins in this election
is a win for everyone who wants to see new, progressive politics.
So, on June the 8th, know the power of your vote.
I'm asking you to vote Sinn Fein.
Vote for equality, for rights and for unity.
Ar an ochtu la de mhi an Mheithimh, votail Sinn Fein.