From the Irish Times:
Mary Mc Donald, Sinn Fein leader, Ireland:
"She said that a programme for government drawn up by Sinn Féin and one of the big two parties would be a document that “will be ambitious, that will be different and that looks at the red line issues around the health system, people’s standard of living, people’s capacity to have just some disposable income at the end of the week or the end of the month”.
Ms McDonald stressed the interests of “people who are at work but are still struggling, people who pay their taxes, do everything by the book and still constantly have their hand in the pocket for everything and who scratch their heads and wonder ‘what am I paying those taxes for?’
“People who look at the system and say, it doesn’t work, or it doesn’t work for me, it’s not accountable.”
The Sinn Féin leader is seeking to modify her party’s stance in advance of an election to try to keep it prominent in the final stages of a campaign when the attention of many voters turns to the formation of the next government."
She begins to sound like Jeroen Dieselbr
Irish people and migrants, come to live in Greece