Sinn Fein Surges in Local Elections, Revealing a Divided Northern Ireland

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The Irish nationalist party, Sinn Fein, cemented its status as the largest party in Northern Ireland in local election results counted over the weekend. But rather than break a political deadlock in the North, Sinn Fein’s striking gains may harden the sectarian divide that has long complicated its fragile government.

Sinn Fein gained 39 seats, for a total of 144 council members who oversee services like fixing roads and collecting trash. The flagship pro-unionist party, the Democratic…

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