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Do you think an all-Ireland Citizens' Assembly should be established to discuss Irish unity?

Sinn Féin has argued that the possibility of a united Ireland must be prepared for.

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The Joint Committee on Public Petitions met today to consider a petition calling for the establishment of an all-Ireland Citizens’ Assembly to discuss the potential for unity.

The petitioner suggests that this proposed assembly would draft an all-Ireland referendum on the question.

Since the Brexit vote, there has been much discussion about the possibility of a border poll being advanced. 

In light of this, we want to know what you think.

Do you think an all-Ireland Citizens’ Assembly should be established to discuss the potential for Irish unity?

Poll Results:

Yes (7185)
No (2995)
I don't know  (368)

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