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Advancing The Peace Process

This special section will be launching soon. It will contain an interactive timeline and many of the key documents detailing the evolution of Sinn Féin's peace strategy, from publishing of A Scenario for Peace and the report of the Sinn Féin/SDLP talks in 1988 to the discussions leading up to the Good Friday Agreement in 1998 and the agreements which followed at Hillsborough, St. Andrews and Weston Park and the establishment of the power sharing institutions. Work is ongoing in relation to the delivery of commitments in these agreements.

Sinn Féin is committed to the achievement of a democracy based on a constitutional framework that will guarantee the protection of all the people on this island, their traditions and their communities: a democracy that affords maximum representation and participation.  This Charter is intended...

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For 30 years, the British government, through its agencies - MI5, British Military Intelligence and RUC/PSNI Special Branch - has been involved in the murder of citizens in Ireland. Together, they directed the activities of various unionist paramilitary death squads. This was much more than...

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On May 22 1998, more than two million people across Ireland voted for the Good Friday Agreement, an international Agreement which was the collective product of inclusive negotiations and a compromise between political opponents. While the Agreement itself does not resolve the causes of conflict, it does, if implemented, set out a political and institutional framework within which many of the causes of conflict can be addressed.

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