Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning (Amendment) Act 2002
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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


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Pagination4p. ;
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Open LibraryOL18582613M
ISBN 100105406023
OCLC/WorldCa656142225

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The Decommissioning Act, in the Republic of Ireland and the Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning Act in the United Kingdom enabled such a body, which was then set up in an agreement between the British and Irish governments on 26 August The Commission was composed of: General (Ret.) John de Chastelain, Chairman, from Canada. Some of the secrets of the IRA's decommissioning process came close to being made public. This revelation is contained in BBC Northern Ireland security editor Brian Rowan's revised version of his book The Armed Peace. Oct 25,  · Northern Ireland: IRA decommissions arms By Mike Ingram 25 October On the eve of today’s deadline for the suspension of the Northern . Jul 02,  · Arms decommissioning in Northern Ireland The independent arms decommissioning body, chaired by Canadian general John de Chastelain, .

news; N Ireland: Loyalists decommission guns. The main loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland have announced they were decommissioning their weapons, a new milestone on the road to peace. This comprehensive publication on decommissioning, the first followingthe breakthrough of 23 October , analyses the reasons that made thearms issue in Northern Ireland such a difficult obstacle for the peace eduevazquez.com assess the attempts to solve the sensitive arms issue, both the failuresand the process of confidence building that provided eduevazquez.com by: 8. In this thoughtful and engaging book, Feargal Cochrane looks at Northern Ireland’s “Troubles” from the late s to the present day. He explains why, a decade and a half after the peace process ended in political agreement in , sectarian attitudes and violence continue to plague Northern Ireland eduevazquez.com: Yale University Press. A principal reason for the delay is the issue of decommissioning of paramilitary arms. In this address I will describe what part decommissioning has played in the peace process, and why it continues to delay the achievement of an inclusive government in Northern Ireland .

The deadline for completing the disarmament was May The Northern Ireland Arms Decommissioning Act (), which received Royal Assent on 27 February , had a provision in Article 7 for the establishment of an independent decommissioning commission. The act was enacted before the accord was signed in Loyalist arms intermediaries. The move follows the IRA's appointment of a representative to discuss arms decommissioning with General de Chastelain's Commission, last week. That was directed primarily at Northern Ireland's Catholic community and it turned Adair himself into a priority target for republican paramilitaries. Apr 16,  · I’m creating a new page for my website/blog, Books about the Troubles (see: 60 Films about the Troubles) which will be a comprehensive list of the “best” /most popular books covering all sides of the Northern Ireland conflict. The list is very long and I dont have the time or to be completely honest the patience to read them all and then write countless reviews. Northern Ireland’s decommissioning, b y contrast, did not begin until - three years after the peace accord and eight years after the first ceasefires. And it proceeded slowly and Author: Carolyn Gallaher.