Wednesday, 25th May 2022

Northern Ireland elections: would Sinn Fein’s historic win pave the way to Irish unity?

By France24
07 May 2022   |   12:13 pm
Northern Ireland voters go to the polls today (May 5) in what could be the most important election in a generation. They will elect the 90 members of the Northern Ireland Assembly, from which a power-sharing executive should be formed. These institutions were created by the 1998 Good Friday peace agreement. According to opinion polls, Sinn Fein - representing mostly people of Catholic and Irish background - could become the largest party for the first time.


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