Irish National Liberation Army extremist groups declared an end to armed struggle
10 11, Irish National Liberation Army extremist military organizations, the political wing of the Irish Republican Socialist Party (IRSM) supporters hand South Dublin, Bray held the banner of passing a cemetery.
extreme military organization of the political wing of the Irish National Liberation Army Irish Republican Socialist Party, 11, announced that the Irish National Liberation Army has ended all armed struggle.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to visit Northern Ireland 12 Belfast, Northern Ireland, her situation is one of the topics discussed on this trip.
extreme military organization in 1975, the Irish National Liberation Army broke away from the IRA, created by the Seamus Costello, who in Northern Ireland many times over 140 assassination attempts, and smuggling, drug trafficking and other criminal activities are also associated, in Dublin, Ireland with Northern Ireland and the UK around the base.
political wing of the Irish National Liberation Army Irish Republican Socialist Party, a senior member of 马丁麦克莫 Nagel evening of 11 mines in the south of Dublin at the memorial ceremony, Costello declared: “The Irish National Liberation Army, the armed … … the struggle is over. “
He said the organization’s military demands of the move by the” peaceful political struggle to achieve. ”
However, activities in the day, the Irish Republican Socialist Party did not mention disarmament issues. Some media say the Irish National Liberation Army are expected to disarm within a few months.
When asked whether you want to disarm the Irish National Liberation Army, the Irish Foreign Minister Michael Martin said: “There is no doubt, I think that the Irish National Liberation Army would also be part of the cessation of hostilities.”
March this year, two British soldiers and a policeman in Northern Ireland were opposed to the peace process in Northern Ireland, killed by extremist groups. Today, the Northern Ireland region are still sporadic violence from time to time, to pose a threat to the security situation in Northern Ireland.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had the situation in Northern Ireland, held talks in London, England. 11 and 12, she will be held in Dublin and Belfast to discuss the issue with all parties concerned.
Reuters quoted British police as saying, 11 Earlier, County Armagh, south of Belfast, the occurrence of “serious disturbances” involving more than 150 people, in which 10 policemen were injured.
police said rioting crowd attacked a police patrol at that time point, destroying police cars and attacked police the glass, but the police was not seriously injured.
the Irish National Liberation Army in 1979 in London, England involved in the planning bomb attacks that killed British politician Airey Neave. Neve at the time was later to become British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher advisor.
1982, the Irish National Liberation Army in the United Kingdom Londonderry a pub bombs, killing 17 people. British military bases stationed in the vicinity of military personnel allegedly was drinking in this pub.
AFP quoted police as saying that the Irish National Liberation Army with criminal activities including drug trafficking-related. In the past 30 years, estimated at least 3,500 people died of the various types of violence initiated activities.
British “Guardian” reported 11, the Irish National Liberation Army cease-fire of internal opposition members have “defected” to join the “real IRA” and “Inheritance Irish Republican Army”, most of the members of the Irish National Liberation Army is believed to announce an end to military hostilities on the support.
about the dissolution of the Irish National Liberation Army’s decision, the IRA political wing Sinn Fein welcomed the statement.
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams said in a statement: “Nevertheless, if the Irish National Liberation Army, then take the necessary measures to promote the peace process, the statement will be popular.”
Ireland Reuters Foreign Minister Martin told reporters, “declared a ceasefire is a welcome move.”
but the “Sunday Tribune” that the Irish National Liberation Army will not truly disarm, disband armed might to release by the Irish National Liberation Army members in detention as a condition. (Yan Liang)