High profile New York symposium marks 15th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement
Symposium recalls Good Friday Agreement of 1998
Mitchell explained that he spent most of his time and efforts trying to reverse such attitudes. In particular he encouraged political leaders, who the public often take their cues from, he said, to exercise caution about how they expressed their views on the chances for success of the process.
Asked if the Good Friday Agreement has ended The Troubles, or if there is still a threat from dissidents and loyalists, Neal was unequivocal.
“There is a threat from the dissidents, there’s no question about it,” Neal told the Irish Voice. “They don’t seem to be terribly well organized. Some economic opportunity has arrived with the agreement to get them on the path forward. The violence to date has been sporadic, but it’s dangerous.”
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