Sinn Fin aims to hold a referendum to reunite Ireland by 2025.

Sinn Fin aims to hold a referendum to reunite Ireland by 2025.

A referendum on reuniting two “Irish girls” by 2025. It is the goal of the Irish Republican Party, the political arm of the IRA, to renew the proposal through statements made by Sinn Fിലൂടെin and its president, Mary Lou MacDonald. Hold a popular vote to allow citizens to decide. Brexit has spurred calls for reunification with the Republic of Ireland, which has never been less in Northern Ireland, especially in the state, as in Scotland, where the European Union voted in favor of staying in the country in the 2016 referendum.

“It is our firm belief that the decade in which we live will be decisive and that a referendum on the reunification of the North and South will be unveiled,” McDonald said in a video conference with foreign media. “We need a systematic, peaceful and democratic constitutional reform, and we do not want Brexit to fail – he continued.” Round “.

The UK’s exit from the European Union has adversely affected Northern Ireland. To avoid establishing a physical boundary (so-called “Hard Border”) Introduced the Irish and Northern Ireland Protocol between the two ‘Irish’, which regulates the movement of certain types of cargo across the sea connecting the two islands. The imposition of these customs does not please the spokesmen of the Unionist movement, which includes the political parties and associations involved in maintaining and strengthening Belfast’s relations with London. On the other hand, mainly Catholic Irish Republicans, represented by Sinn Fin, do not approve of the introduction of a frontier border. Boris Johnson, a staunch “unionist”, was criticized for not approving the protocol in Ireland and Northern Ireland, but not actually voting for the law.

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The resurgence of clashes that have shaped the history of Northern Ireland for decades and the riots in Derry and Belfast in recent months have left several police officers injured by throwing stones and Molotov cocktails.

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