South and East Belfast Sinn Féin -- Building an Ireland of Equals

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Ulidia Residents Group Community Clean up

Sinn Féin Laganbank Councillor Deirdre Hargey joins residents from the Ulida Residents Group in a Community Clean up. View photos

Jesse Jackson visit

South and East Belfast Sinn Féin representatives welcome US civil rights campaigner the Rev. Jesse Jackson to St George's ABC in South Belfast. View photos

Basque Country delegation (September 2010)

A Sinn Féin delegation including MEP Bairbre de Brún and Alex Maskey MLA visited the Basque Country to take soundings on the opportunities presented for developing the peace process following ETA's statement declaring a ceasefire. View photos

Martin McGuinness attends official website launch (15/2/07)

South Belfast Sinn Féin Assembly candidate Alex Maskey and East Belfast candidate Niall Ó Donnghaile were this afternoon joined by Sinn Féin Chief negotiator Martin McGuinness MP at the launch of the new South & East Belfast Sinn Féin party website. View photos

Maskey meets Basque Political leaders

Arnaldo Otegi, the leader of the Basque political party Batasuna, and party colleague Pernando Barrena, are in Ireland for two days for a series of meetings to exchange views on the Irish and Basque peace processes processes. Alex Maskey was part of the Sinn Féin delegation which met them. View photos

Cúige Uladh AGM

300 hundred delegates from throughout the nine counties of Ulster attended the Sinn Féin Cúige Uladh AGM in Mullaghbawn in South Armagh. This annual event sees the election by delegates of an officer board as well as updates on current negotiations and hearing from international speakers. View photos

First Republican Mayor

6th June 2002 was a historic date for Belfast when councillor elected Alex Maskey as the first ever Republican Mayor of the City. Alex had endured years of sectarian abuse from fellow councillors and assassination attempts by unionist death squads. View photos

30th anniversary commemoration

Sunday 15th October 2006 saw hundreds of Republicans gather in the Short Strand and Market areas to commemorate the deaths of Volunteers Paul Marlowe, Joseph Surgenor, and Francis Fitzsimons who were killed in an accidental explosion in the Gasworks area. View photos