Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Ulster Unionists want a radical change to the power-sharing formula in the north of Ireland

BBC News:

The alteration to the Good Friday agreement would see them form a voluntary coalition government with the nationalist SDLP.

But speaking at his party's manifesto launch leader David Trimble said he could not consider going into government with Sinn Fein.

In other words, Trimble believes that Unionists should have a veto over Nationalist votes.

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