RSF Policies

Position of the Irish Republic

Click to download the PDF containing The 1916 Proclamation declaring the Irish Republic, Message to the Free Nations of the world, Declaration of Independence and the Democratic Programme of the First Dáil Éireann.

The All-Ireland Republic, 1916-1919


Towards a Peaceful Ireland

Click link below to download the Towards a Peaceful Ireland policy document.  This document is Republican Sinn Féin’s pre-withdrawal blueprint towards the establishment of a National Constituent Assembly.  Such an Assembly would see different sections and voices of Irish society come together to draw up a new 32 County Constitution to be put to the people for acceptance of rejection via national referendum.  To such an Assembly RSF will submit the Éire Nua Proposals, standing confident on its merits for a New Ireland.

Towards a Peaceful Ireland


Éire Nua – A New Democracy

Click below to download the Éire Nua proposals.  Éire Nua if accepted will see a fairer and more equal society built around new governmental structures in a united and sovereign Ireland.  The decentralised plan of the new system will ensure a new participative style of democracy with the full involvement of the people.  Based on the four historic provinces of Ireland, each will have its own Parliament/Assembly elected by the people.  This will provide an answer to the ongoing conflict in the 6 Counties by re-uniting the traditionally 9-County Province of Ulster, not least but it will also redress the awful East-West dividend currently witnessed in the Free State, with the West of Ireland undergoing consistent decades of de-population, resource theft and under-employment.

Éire Nua – A New Democracy


Saol Nua – A New Way of Life

The long term aim of Republican Sinn Féin is the creation of an Ireland where all people are treated equally and participate in decision making, where the resources and wealth, both natural and national belong to the people and serve to benefit the people.  We seek an Ireland where this is done sustainably because we recognise we are but passing generations, the earth and land we have inherited is in our trust and we must seek to pass it on as we received it if not in better care.  We recognise and identify the failures of the rampant capitalism and globalist policies currently at play on the world stage.  Therefore, RSF has set out in the Saol Nua Proposals our vision for a sustainable future and Ireland’s role.  Let us keep in mind such a social and economic programme working in conjunction with the new Governmental structures of Éire Nua.  Read our policy by downloading the PDF below.

Saol Nua – A New Way of Life

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