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East Belfast MLA Chris Lyttle has visited a local funeral parlour as part of a scheme showing Assembly members day-to-day work in their constituencies.




At a time when local people want to know what political parties will do to deliver change, the Alliance Party is the first party in Northern Ireland to publish a legislative programme for 2011-2015.

Our Assembly election manifesto will be made available soon but this document provides an opportunity to consider the legislation an Alliance Party government would deliver for local people.

Politics is about providing solutions and inspiring local people. Northern Ireland needs fresh ideas and strong leadership. We are the first party in Northern Ireland to ever publish specific legislative proposals for a future Assembly. We are leading change.

The Alliance Party aim is to attract jobs and improve our public services by delivering a shared society, rebalanced economy and sustainable environment.



The UUP has decided weeks before the end of a four year term of office and an Assembly election that Stormont needs an opposition. I don't disagree with the principle and welcome debate as to how we improve good government for local people but seriously question the timing of this announcement. I think most people will regard this as yet another election manoeurve, akin to the failed formal electoral and financial pact with the Conservative Party, the Ulster Conservative and Unionist New Force (UCUNF) last May.

They seem to miss the point that non-substantive criticism of the Assembly damages all political parties working to lead change to a more progressive politics for Northern Ireland.


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