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  • Too often, Irish election is about fighting for what's left over across Ireland.

  • The 2nd 3rd 4th preferences and beyond Voters will redistribute it, dragging parties which wants weighed their votes over the line.

  • They're still counting, still can't wait, tried desperately trying to find anyone from champagne victims.

  • But they're not here.

  • They're not here because they want so big yesterday.

  • They don't need to be here on Day two.

  • This is just crap.

  • All of this is just a problem.

  • When I was here last week, no one would have predicted.

  • Chin Feng has won more votes than anybody else.

  • More seats in there any time for a century on broken a duopoly between the centrist FINA Foil and FINA Gael, which is more or less sustained Irish politics for decades.

  • For the first time ever, a party of the left has come out on top.

  • It's left the Irish electoral landscape completely fragmented.

  • For a majority, you need 80 or so TD's or MP in the Doyle.

  • Not all accounting is done yet, but these are the latest projections.

  • Finn.

  • If oil on 39 seats Shen Feng on 37 finna Gael on 36 the greens on 12 with them or minor parties making up the rest.

  • So where does that leave us?

  • Even a FINA foil and FINA Gael Coalition doesn't get you to a T.

  • You need 1/3 party, given this election was seen as a rejection of both.

  • That might be hard to come by for Miguel and Shim Fain doesn't work, either, and it's ideologically unthinkable for finna Gael.

  • So it isn't going to happen to talk in Dublin tonight.

  • Is it safe enough oil?

  • Shin Fein?

  • Green governments?

  • But it would be a huge retreat for Vienna foil on their leader, who had promised he would never work with him.

  • Fine.

  • Suddenly, though, the whole Martin FINA foils leader and his new MPs have changed that you, obviously your leaders in the right place stood on the election saying.

  • Wouldn't go into government.

  • Do you think it should?

  • Six said today.

  • It's not today to wield in.

  • All right, honey.

  • Today, today to reflect on each arm mandates.

  • Our system is beautiful because you get to see exactly where your votes come from.

  • Exactly.

  • The type of people on the base anyway your boat has come from would you feel coming.

  • I don't think any of us felt that at this point.

  • Let's say you get into the main party or second, How do you think that will have another Brexit process?

  • Be peace process Anglo Irish relations generally in relation to Brexit?

  • We made this point through a referendum on the changing government at this crucial time ahead of the European Council meeting in March.

  • When we decide the European negotiating position extremely risky, when you see a TD like Daisy Ellis walking into the Pain Centre yesterday, people seeing Ira Robert Rebel songs you do have to question seriously are bringing the ID and forward together There it is a new sense of Irish political power.

  • Now Shin feigns leader Mary Lou McDonald is in a pre eminent position and she has to start to address those very questions for my vision.

  • But you're speaking to the BBC a couple of hours ago, saying that he thinks that the result this election means in a border poll is more likely in the north.

  • Is that right?

  • I think in any event we're heading towards ah board report a referendum on unity.

  • I think that's just the direction of travel home because of his election.

  • Well, it's certainly this adds to us.

  • But I think even aside from the election you have brakes is you have changing demographics.

  • You have the facts that the unionist majority has been lost in the North over the last number of elections.

  • So that is the direction of travel.

  • And you know, anybody who is in touch with the dynamic of politics on this island knows that.

  • And it's very irresponsible, you know, off politicians of any stripe to bury their heads in the sand.

  • On that score, I was saying to the outgoing Tae Shik and government, You need to start the preparations.

  • Whoever now makes up the next government, those preparations need to start.

  • And could I also say, at those on the island of Britain and in London in particular need to start preparing?

  • Because Constitution?

  • Yes, constitutional changes coming.

  • But if your T shirt, how will your Brexit policy be different from that of liver?

  • A girl home, Artie.

  • And what will you be asking the U four that they haven't asked for?

  • Certainly, we will be making asks off the European system in terms of long term Irish interests and on the issue of partition.

  • I mean, I think European.

  • I think the European Union needs to take a stand in respect of Ireland in the same way that it supported the reunification of Germany in the same way that it has a position on Cyprus, for example, on a positive approach to the reunification of that country.

  • In your view, I think it is no different.

  • Yes, I think it would be correct for our allies, for our friends, for anybody who cares about this country and our people.

  • It is plain to see the partition and division has been a disaster.

  • There will be people.

  • There are people in Britain at the moment who sees in vain and they associate it with the IRA who were very disturbed by this result.

  • But what can you say to assuage their fears?

  • I would say that people should take heart from the fact that the conflict is over, that we now have a peaceful, stable dispensation on this island.

  • I think it needs to be said also that there are so many people who live on the island of Britain, but in England in particular, who are great supporters and friends of Ireland on a virus unity.

  • Don't expect to see instant changes.

  • For a start, the process of forming a government in doubling could take weeks, if not months.

  • There could be another election.

  • But whatever the outcome, the old familiar axes of Irish politics have disappeared.

  • Make no mistake having Shen Fain so dominant across Ireland as a permanent fixture of Irish politics and the North South will and must affect the power dynamics across these islands.

  • The post Brexit politics of the Union and the Anglo Irish relationship were always destined to be fraught.

  • They just became more complicated still.

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新芬黨談統一愛爾蘭的可能性 - BBC新聞之夜 (Sinn Féin on the possibility of a united Ireland - BBC Newsnight)

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