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Sinn Féin candidates hand in nominations

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Sinn Féin assembly candidates Caoimhe Archibald and Cathal Ó hÓisín today handed in their nominations to the electoral office to contest the assembly elections in East Derry.

Speaking afterwards Cathal Ó hOisín said “It is a massive honour to be chosen to be nominated again by my party. If successfull I will continue my work in pushing for the Dungiven bypass, to support every facet of educational provision and also Irish language development across the East Derry consituency, Ensure the development of sporting facilities in the area including the Dungiven Sports facilities among many other issues.”

Caoimhe Archibald added “We are here today with our party candidates from Foyle where we are hopeful of taking a third seat, this shows that Sinn Féin are a party on the rise and will be entering the assembly again after the election with a renewed and even stronger mandate from the electorate continuing on from our success in the general election in the South.”

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