the IRA say their strategies and disciplines will
not be inconsistent with the Good Friday agreement,
does that mean an end to all those activities inconsistent
with the agreement - including targeting, procurement
of weapons, so-called punishment beatings, and so
We are committed to bringing about an end to these
activities just as soon as acceptable institutions
are in place for delivering community restorative
The absence of structures acceptable to the informal
military community remains a sticking point
We have no idea what you are talking about sunshine
I'd like to phone a Friend of Sinn Fein using a
recognised code word
when they say they are committed to putting arms beyond
use through the decommissioning commis sion, does
that mean all arms - so that the process is complete?
We are committed to the process being complete.
It can be complete now if you like.
What the eye doesn't see the heart doesn't grieve
Who wants to know?
I'd like to eliminate two of the other parties
when they say they support the Good Friday agreement
and want it to work, does that mean that if the two
governments and other parties fulfil their obligations
under the Agreement and joint declaration, that means
the complete and final closure of the conflict?"
Sure why not
This is off the record right?
I'd like to not poll the audience
Sure that's a terrible cough you have there Gerry
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