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Vote for different type of politics
The Good Friday Agreement (GFA) generation has had completely different experiences to our parents. We most likely have very different opinions to our grandparents on many issues. The future of Northern Ireland is ours. Or, it will be if those in power now can make it appealing for young people to stay here, find appropriate jobs and eventually bring up their own families. Soon the main political challenge to the traditional parties in NI will not be: ‘can we convince our followers that we will stand up to our political opponents?’ it will rather be, ‘can we convince a new generation that we have enough ideas, drive and skill to make NI a place they want to live and work in?’ Without the commitment of the GFA generation the future success of our society is at best uncertain.
 

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