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Agreement In Irish Gaelic

The Good Friday Agreement and the peace process in Northern Ireland is a proud Labour legacy that we want to support and protect.” Sinn Féin`s ruling executive met at lunchtime to discuss the details of the deal and expressed some concerns about the type of “veto” a Unionist prime minister could exercise over commissioners who would have some legal powers to recommend or enforce guidelines such as bilingual road signs, but it appears that these concerns have been raised. Gerry Adams, then head of Sinn Féin, said in August 2017: “There will be no meeting without an eight na Gaeilge.” [3] According to The Independent, in 2019, the Irish Language Act became the most public point of disagreement in discussions over the restoration of Stormont, and it is “almost certain” that an agreement will be reached to end the impasse. .