GERRY ADAMS?? CHE TRISTEZZA..
Questo è quanto ha dichiarato Peter Robinson, Primo Ministro nordirlandese, consolidando una crescente crisi a Stormont.
Il DUP sottolineando il suo impegno costante per garantire il bene dell’intera popolazione dell’irlanda del Nord, si è così espresso in merito alle accuse di bigottismo perpetrate da Gerry Adams durante il suo viaggio di quattro giorni negli Stati Uniti.
Gerry Adams in risposta, si è limitato a sottolineare che l’unica cosa che Robinson dovrebbe fare, sarebbe focalizzare la sua attenzione sul rispetto degli impegni presi con l’Accordo di St. Andrews.
Robinson’s attack on ‘sad’ Adams
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) launched a personal attack on Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams last night in a sign of growing political tension.
DUP leader Peter Robinson hit back at claims that elements of his party were opposed to sharing power with Catholics by branding Mr Adams a “sad spectacle”.
Mr Robinson rejected the republican claims of bigotry in his party and said the Sinn Fein leader’s comments should be treated with “pity rather than scorn”.
“What a sad spectacle Gerry Adams has become,” he said.
“The DUP is committed to working the Assembly for the maximum benefit of all of the people of Northern Ireland.”
Last night Mr Adams launched a strongly-worded attack on his political opponents, blaming the DUP for jeopardising the power-sharing institutions.
“There are clearly elements of the DUP who really don’t want to have a Catholic about the place. They are opposed to power-sharing in any form.”
Last night a Sinn Fein source hit back at Mr Robinson’s comments: “What Peter Robinson needs to do is focus on delivering on the obligations his party entered into in the St Andrews Agreement.”