People Before Profit have released their full list of candidates to stand in Derry City and Strabane District DEA's in this year's council elections.
For the first time, the party has put forward candidates for every District Electoral Area in Derry and Strabane the area.
Sitting councillors Maeve O'Neill and Shaun Harkin are standing to be re-elected, while five new candidates have also been put forward.
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In a social media statement, People Before Profit Derry said: "We are delighted to have such a strong team of candidates standing in every DEA of the Derry and Strabane District Council for the May 18 Elections.
"Our Councillors have worked hard to help residents, amplify cost of living demands and fair pay strikes, challenge the hypocrisy of the main parties and put forward alternatives to the status quo.
"More socialists in the Council will strengthen the voice of people power campaigns and make sure the alternative to implementing Tory cuts isn't silenced."
PBP Councillor Shaun Harkin is standing in Foyleside while PBP Councillor Maeve O'Neill is standing in The Moor.
Introducing their new candidates, the party said: "PBP Derry is happy to introduce Damien Doherty as our nominated candidate for Ballyarnett. Damien is a well respected bus driver and active trades unionist. He has been supporting people in Ballyarnett area in relation to a range of issues including the prospective threat to local GP provision.
"Davina (Nina) Pulis has been selected as the PBP candidate for the Waterside. Nina is a skilled artist who has already been in the doorsteps supporting residents to access much needed cost of living help.
"PBP are proud to announce Damian Gallagher as our candidate for Faughan in the 2023 Council election. Damian, as a lecturer at University of Ulster is an active UCU member and is currently striking for decent and conditions.
"PBP are so pleased to select Carol Gallagher as our candidate for Sperrin in the coming May election. As a teacher and a single parent Carol understands the enormous pressure on families right now and has been an active campaigner around the cost of living crisis.
"We are excited to introduce our amazing young activist Adam Mc Ginley as the PBP candidate for Derg on May 18th. Adam has been on the picket lines supporting striking workers as well as in the community supporting local people around housing and cost of living issues."
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