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Northern Ireland / Peace Agreement / Compromise / Garraty Interview #428368

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 27, 1999
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(Studio: Andria Hall) Report introduced.

(Belfast, Northern Ireland: Nic Robertson) A compromise agreement in Northern Ireland allowing the formation of a new cabinet without first requiring the disarming of the IRA (Irish Republican Army) reported. [Ulster Unionist leader David TRIMBLE - says the stalemate is cleared; challenges Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.] [Ulster Unionist William ROSS - opposes the compromise.] [Ulster Unionist Ken MAGINNIS - says he is never disappointed with progress.] [In the street, two PEOPLE - comment on peace.]

(Studio: Andria Hall) The peace compromise timetable outlined on screen. Interview held with "Irish Independent" Susan Garraty. [GARRATY - says both parties have had to act on faith since the Good Friday agreement; explains the role of peace negotiator George Mitchell and the changes coming to Ireland.]

Reporter(s):
Hall, Andria;
Robertson, Nic
Duration:
00:07:10

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