Sinn Fein might refuse to decide on police co-operation

#1
Sinn Fein's leadership voted last month to hold a conference on whether to support the police, but signalled this week that the conference might be called off because the DUP response had not been sufficiently positive.
So, is it the fault of Paisley in not jumping for joy at the thought of sharing power with Sinn Fein, or is it that Adams and McGuiness can't get the wider membership onside.


Independent article
 
#2
Sven said:
So, is it the fault of Paisley in not jumping for joy at the thought of sharing power with Sinn Fein, or is it that Adams and McGuiness can't get the wider membership onside.
Or is it just another negotiating tactic, to get another concession so that they can get the party 'onside', and deliver on what they promised years ago??
 
#3
It's a tactic, but not one as explained by the PSF 'signal'. They're scared stiff that the conference will be an uproar, as the constituency willing to accept the rule of law is not nearly as unhappy as that which will never accept any form of legitimate and authoritative policing. Gang rackets don't just run themselves.
 
#4
As long as there is a fruit machine, black taxi or unlicensed drinking establishment in Norn Iron, the sinn Fein will be unabkle to "co-operate" fully with PSNI! As they say there, "catch yerself on!"
 

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