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Greatest threat posed by Sinn Féin isn't to the economy - it's to our democratic fabric

Dan O'Brien



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True colours: An IRA mural in west Belfast in 2006 – Sinn Féin is the only political party among Ireland’s peer countries to have a private army behind it.
Photo: Paul Faith/PA

True colours: An IRA mural in west Belfast in 2006 – Sinn Féin is the only political party among Ireland’s peer countries to have a private army behind it. Photo: Paul Faith/PA

True colours: An IRA mural in west Belfast in 2006 – Sinn Féin is the only political party among Ireland’s peer countries to have a private army behind it. Photo: Paul Faith/PA

At Sinn Féin's ard fheis in 2014, motion 116 "commended" Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro "for continuing to successfully implement and improve the Bolivarian Revolution in what has been an extremely difficult time since the death of Hugo Chávez".

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Since then the Venezuelan economic collapse has been so severe that five million people have fled the country, an exodus of a similar scale to the numbers who have escaped from war-ravaged Syria.


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