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Republican Network for Unity

Republican Network for Unity
Founded 2015
Ideology Irish Republicanism Socialism
Political position Left Wing
Politics of Ireland
Political parties
Elections

The Republican Network for Unity is a small revolutionary Republicanism" It is opposed to the Good Friday Agreement because it believes that it usurps Irish Sovereignty and entrenches Partition. RNU opposes the PSNI, it sees it as an extension of the old RUC and the first stage of protection of an illegal state.

A number of commentators view RNU as the political wing of Óglaigh na hÉireann (Real IRA splinter group)[1] although this has been rejected by RNU. A number of prominent republicans lead RNU, such as Belfast members Carl Reilly and Gary McNally, and Louth member Seamus "Che" McGrane. All three are leading republicans.[2]

References

  1. ^ http://irishconflict.webs.com/nationalistparties.htm
  2. ^ http://www.republicanunity.ie


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