Fermanagh South Tyrone Sinn Féin Sinn Féin -- Building an Ireland of Equals

Voters must call time on 'Cash for Ash' Politicians

Published: 16 February, 2017

Sinn Féin Assembly election candidate Jemma Dolan has called on voters to use their vote on March 2nd to send a clear message that corruption is unacceptable in the North's political institutions.

Jemma Dolan was speaking as her team erected 'Stop Corruption' posters in Fermanagh.

Jemma Dolan said:

"People are absolutely disgusted at the 'Cash for Ash' scandal. They are outraged that at a time when money is much needed for public services and infrastructure throughout Fermanagh, there are elected representatives from this constituency who would rather enrich their own associates than put that money into services.

"Sinn Féin has called time on corruption. We have held the DUP to account. My generation sees the 'cash for ash' politicians as dinosaurs, totally out of touch with where people are at. It's now time for voters to turn their anger into action.

"I am calling on voters, no matter what their background or what community they come from, to get out and use their vote to support progressive politics and to call time on the 'Cash for Ash' politicians who have let our county and in particular my generation down." ENDS