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Robinson’s plan: Consent

Mon 9 December 2002, 5:59pm

And finally, Peter Robinson confirms the need to seek consent within both communities:

As a principle for the future, I believe you can only govern through consent and any attempt to govern without consent – and I do refer to that as being consent from both sections of our community – and I’ve argued the case over and over again that past systems have fallen because there was an absence of consent from one section of the community or another. Therefore, it follows that it is necessary to have the support from both sections of our community.

Previously, getting beyond trust

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