The Workers Party in East Belfast has described the petrol bomb attack on the local Alliance Party Offices as
“an assault on the east Belfast community, an act of blatant intimidation and terror and the actions of people who have nothing to say and no positive contribution to make”.
Party spokesperson Kevin McNally said, ” Fortunately no one has been hurt in this latest assault but the intent is there for all to see. In a few weeks time the people of East Belfast have the opportunity to speak out collectively against these type of fascist attacks.
The local priorities are building a united community, jobs, health, education and housing. Petrol bombers will not deliver on that agenda. The best and most constructive response to people who seek death and division is an overwhelming vote for anti-sectarian parties and anti-sectarian politics”, he said