Adams: waiting for completion

Gerry Adams told a public meeting in Belfast yesterday that there would not be any progress in the inter party talks:

“…until the British and Irish Governments come forward with time-framed programmatic implementation plans for those aspects of the Agreement which are their responsibility.”

It leaves the impression more than ever that the real dealing at this stage is to be done between the British Government and the IRA. Especially in view of allegations that moves similar to this have already been offered by Tony Blair to Sinn Fein.