#GE16: Criminal justice, education and childrens' rights - four days out

Political parties continue to publish proposals as we enter the last week of campaigning

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Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams enters a boxing ring during a visit to Mounttown Community Facility in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin while on the general election campaign trail. Picture by: Brian Lawless / PA Wire/Press Association Images

Campaigning continues today, with just four days left to go until the General Election.

The Taoiseach and Fine Gael will be in Waterford today, where the party's policy on continued job creation will be published.

Labour will reveal plans in Dublin for equal access to education.

Fianna Fáil will publish proposals to deal with victims of the criminal justice system.

Renua Ireland will launch a poster campaign with Lucinda Creighton, saying her party needs to be a watchdog in government.

Sinn Féin will unveil proposals for political reform, while the Greens will publish plans for the agri food sector.

Elsewhere, The Social Democrats will publish plans to cherish the children of the nation equally.

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