Monday, 20 August 2007

La UUP kaj la Irlandalingvo la Ulstera Unuecisma Partio:

"Commenting on recent hardline DUP comments on the Irish Language Act, UUP Deputy Leader Danny Kennedy said in a statement,

'It is strange to hear the DUP suddenly toughening up their language on the Irish Language Act. It should be remembered that this proposal came out of the blue in St. Andrews and at that time and until now the DUP did not object to it.

The UUP had settled the language issue through the Belfast Agreement. Language was to be carried through the North/South language body which comprises of the Board of Ulster Scots and the Irish Bord na Gaelige. In this set up we had an Ulster Unionist Minister having a veto over all business. This was truly accountable... '"

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