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12 June 2003 Edition

All parties must demand elections

12 June 2003

The Good Friday Agreement, endorsed in referenda throughout Ireland, was achieved after long and arduous negotiations. It is an International Treaty between the British and Irish governments, not a British or a unionist Agreement that can be changed unilaterally and without the consent of the majority of people on this island. Free article


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