Danny Morrison on the DUP

Former Sinn Fein publicity director Danny Morrison considered the consequences of the DUP’s opposition to power-sharing in the Daily Ireland today:

The DUP and the UUP would obviously accept some SDLP ministers as a concession to cross-community involvement but this would be totally unacceptable to the nationalist community.
So, that leaves us in deadlock, with little prospect of a resurrection of the executive, and it is ironic that it is the unionists and not an IRA armed campaign that remind the world that the six county state is not a viable political entity and still has to be ruled directly by London after thirty-three years.






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