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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Yes for Wales was the
cross-party pro-devolution group that was launched on 10 February
1997 to co-ordinate the campaign for a 'Yes' vote in the Welsh
devolution referendum, 1997 to create a National Assembly for
Wales. It was supported by the Labour Party, Liberal Democrats and
Plaid Cymru. The organisation placed a great emphasis on grassroots
involvement in the campaign and is establishing local branches
throughout Wales. It also managed the difficult job of pulling
together campaigners and politicians with very different
perspectives who previously fought each other tooth and nail. The
pro-devolution campaign was fought against some fierce opposition
from within both the Conservative Party and the Labour Party.
Although the Assembly has gained increasing acceptance in both
parties these tensions still exists. The Yes for Wales Campaign was
chaired by Kevin Morgan a Cardiff University Professor. The
campaign national organiser was Daran Hill.
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