Leader of political wing IRA moving on
The former deputy prime minister of Northern Ireland, Martin McGuinness, the republican party Sinn Féin does not argue for the early elections in the British region.
The politician said Thursday that he early wants to leave and go as party leader due to health problems.
The Northern Irish must because of a political crisis already in march to the ballot box. McGuinness resigned recently as deputy prime minister after a quarrel about the policy of his coalitiegenoot, prime minister Arlene Foster. They would be responsible for mismanagement in terms of sustainable energy generation.
Political veteran and former IRA commander McGuinness (66), said in a statement that he’s known since last year of the plan was in may of 2017. “Unfortunately, my health and the current crisis that is planning to be overtaken. I am not physically able to continue in my current role. That’s why I decided to make place for a new leader.”