According to Jim Gibney writing in the Irish News [
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The DUP’s attitude to the transfer of policing and justice powers to the executive is unacceptable to republicans as is their attitude to the Commission for Victims and Survivors bill and act na Gaeilge, an Irish language act. Their threat to block plans to end academic selection, to relocate the proposed new stadium from the agreed site at Maze/Long Kesh, their opposition to a bill of rights are all signs that the DUP have only partially bought into sharing power with nationalists and republicans.
Nevermind, Jim. Remember what Northern Ireland’s deputy First Minister said..
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