IL SILENZIO DELLA PARADES COMMISSION SULLA ‘INCHIESTA ARDOYNE’
The Parades Commission has declined to say whether it would support an inquiry into the parades situation in north Belfast.
Unionists – who broke off contact with the quango in July after it again stopped the return Orange parade past the Ardoyne shops – have been pressing the Secretary of State to set up a commission of inquiry into the impasse.
When asked by the News Letter whether it would support such a move, the commission said in a statement: “The commission’s main role is to consider parades and parade-related protests and to issue determinations as it considers necessary. The commission does not publicly comment on political proposals around the broader issue of parading.”