Brexit Highlights Denial Of Sovereign Rights

A letter from the President of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement – FRANCIS MACKY.

That appeared in The Irish News Friday October 26th 2018

Francis Mackey – President of 32CSM on the left marching along side the late Marian Price on the right

THE problems highlighted in the Brexit talks emphasise the violation of our sovereign rights as Irish citizens whereby we are forced to accept the will of the English people irrespective of whether we agree or not with their expressed view.

This position of having accept enforced British sovereignty as opposed to having our own sovereign rights upheld epitomises the real difficulty that the Brexit issue presents to our people.

The time is now for the British government to treat their Irish neighbours with respect at this difficult time and to look realistically at the underlying problem.

In public pronouncements there would appear to be consensus on having no hard border in Ireland. If these statements are genuine then the next logistical step to ensure no border is to address the issue of sovereignty.

To fully ensure no border is to address the issue of Irish sovereignty. To fully ensure no border and to fully uphold the rights of Irish citizens, it is time to end the British claim to sovereignty here and to work respectively as neighbours in our common interests.

The future of all the people on this island lies within its people and not in Westminster, therefore it is time to end the violation of our sovereign rights as Irish citizens.

With many thanks to: Francis Mackey – 32 County Sovereignty Movement (32CSM) Omagh, Co Tyrone.

Follow this link to find out more about the: 32 County Sovereignty Movement (32CSM)- https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/32_County_Sovereignty_Movement