THE PARTY OF WALES’ Rhun ap Iorwerth has tonight set out why his party is part of a new kind of politics. Plaid, he said, is rooted firmly in the communities it represents, and is committed to working in the best interests of those communities. Taking part in a debate for the voters of tomorrow and first time voters on BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat, Rhun said that in this election Plaid Cymru offers voters an opportunity to make a difference to their communities and future prospects.
The Party of Wales’ Rhun ap Iorwerth said: “Plaid Cymru knows that winning votes is about earning trust. More and more people are coming to the conclusion that the old Westminster parties have let them down too many times, because they don’t have their best interests at heart, and people are now looking for an alternative. “The Party of Wales off ers a new, positive politics.
We are a grassroots party, firmly rooted in the communities we represent and our reason for existence is to deliver the best deal possible for them and for Wales. “By voting for Plaid Cymru, people can make a real difference to their local areas and their futures, and by maximising Wales’ economic prospects we can build a better future for the young people of today and for generations to come.”