The leader of the Sinn Féin party Gerry Adams has urged voters not to retain the political status quo.
Mr Adams who was speaking at his last party press conference before the election, appealed to the public to stage another ‘Rising’ at the ballot box tomorrow. Mr Adams said: “A coalition of any of these three establishment parties … will only see continued homelessness, continued mess in our hospitals, continued poverty,” he said.
“I wouldn’t use the word ‘fear’, but what I would say is this: It doesn’t have to be. “It is possible, we can change it, and tomorrow is the time for people to seize it and to have another Rising”.