Negotiations on new coalition Northern Ireland jammed
The negotiations over a new governing coalition in Northern Ireland are jammed. The leaders of the two main political parties in the Uk, the department acknowledged Tuesday that they do not expect it again in the near future agree.
The republican Sinn Féin and the y of the Democratic Unionists (DUP) negotiating since march on a new government. DUP leader Arlene Foster said Tuesday disappointed about the impasse. “We will continue throughout the summer to work. Hopefully we get there later in the year now,” she said to reporters.
The absence of an agreement between the ideological rivals can have major consequences. The British government, for example, can decisions of the board of the region to attract.
One of the sticking points in the negotiations is the gedoogsteun that the DUP gives to the British government. That has therefore, according to Sinn Féin its neutrality lost. The republican wishes the Irish language to a protected status is reported to be an important point of contention.
The political crisis in Northern Ireland began in January. Then there was deputy prime minister Martin McGuinness (Sinn Féin) because of a quarrel over the policies of prime minister Foster. Accordingly, in march, new elections were held.
May reached agreement with Northern Irish party DUP about gedoogsteun government