The Workers’ Party and the 2010 General Election

The Workers’ Party has decided not to stand in the forthcoming general election, preferring instead to concentrate on next year’s Assembly and Council elections. I have discussed the issues more over at Cedar Lounge Revolution in the context of the NI left in general and this election.

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2 Responses to “The Workers’ Party and the 2010 General Election”

  1. Urban_Underclass Says:

    Good. Personally if I were in NI, I wouldn’t vote for anyone.

  2. Garibaldy Says:

    Urban Underclass,

    I don’t think it can be a positive thing that these elections will see the sectarain politics of unionism and nationalism go virtually unchallenged by a socialist political voice calling for working-class unity. I do feel though that it was the best decision in the circumstances brought about by the Agreement at this particular point in time.

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