Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness has been formally declared as the party’s candidate for the Irish presidential election, McGuinness said in an interview with broadcaster RTE today. The formal declaration was made at a meeting of the party’s ruling executive.
Northern Ireland’s deputy first minister, Martin McGuinness , said dissident republicans who killed a policeman in the region on April 2 are “enemies of the people of Ireland,” and should end their activities.
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Sinn Fein, which has nominated Martin McGuinness as its candidate in the Republic of Ireland’s presidential election, has secured enough votes from independent lawmakers to launch the bid, the Sunday Times reported.