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"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@en4
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"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@cs1
"Hr. formand! Efter formandens kommentarer tidligere på dagen om udviklingen i Belfast vil jeg gerne sige, at det set fra denne afstand er forståeligt, at der er en vis eufori vedrørende den politiske udvikling i Belfast. Jeg må imidlertid fortælle medlemmerne af Europa-Parlamentet, at jeg og mange i Nordirland ikke ser nogen grund til at fejre den præmature adgang til regeringen for de personer, der personligt sanktionerede, praktiserede og uforbeholdent støttede en ond terrorkampagne, der tog livet af tusindvis af mine uskyldige medborgere. Jeg siger "præmatur", fordi Sinn Féin fortsat er selektiv i sin støtte til politiet, idet fremtrædende medlemmer fordømmer politiets legitime arrestationer af folk, der har begået alvorlige forbrydelser, ligesom de nægter fuldt ud at samarbejde med politiet om at retsforfølge de ansvarlige for ugerninger som f.eks. bombeangrebet i Omagh, der dræbte 29 uskyldige mennesker på indkøb. Hvilket andet sted i verden vil man forvente i en regering at finde ministre, der er uløseligt forbundet med og måske fortsat medlemmer af et ulovligt hærråd for deres egen ulovlige private hær? Det er ikke desto mindre, hvad mange af Europa-Parlamentets medlemmer applauderer i Nordirland. Der kan ikke komme noget godt ud af noget ondt."@da2
"Herr Präsident! Anknüpfend an die Äußerungen des Präsidenten zu den Entwicklungen in Belfast möchte ich sagen, dass aus dieser Entfernung die Euphorie angesichts der politischen Entwicklungen in Belfast verständlich ist. Ich muss dem Hohen Haus jedoch sagen, dass es für mich und viele Menschen in Nordirland nichts zu feiern gibt, wenn diejenigen voreilig an die Regierung gelassen werden, die eine Kampagne des brutalen Terrorismus, bei der tausende unschuldige Mitbürger ums Leben kamen, persönlich genehmigt, durchgeführt und freimütig unterstützt haben. Ich sage „voreilig“, weil die Sinn Féin sogar jetzt noch immer wählerisch bei ihrer Unterstützung der Polizei vorgeht, indem prominente Mitglieder durch die Polizei durchgeführte rechtmäßige Verhaftungen aufgrund schwerer Verbrechen verurteilen und die uneingeschränkte Zusammenarbeit mit der Polizei verweigern, die das Ziel hat, die Verantwortlichen für Gewalttaten wie den Bombenanschlag in Omagh, bei dem 29 unschuldige Menschen beim Einkaufen getötet wurden, vor Gericht zu bringen. Wo sonst in der Welt würden Sie davon ausgehen, dass in einer Regierung Minister tätig sind, die mit einem illegalen Armeerat ihrer eigenen illegalen Privatarmee untrennbar verbunden und vielleicht noch immer dessen Mitglieder sind? Doch genau das ist es, dem viele in diesem Hohen Hause in Bezug auf Nordirland Beifall schenken. Böses kann zu nichts Gutem führen."@de9
"Κύριε Πρόεδρε, ενόψει των σχολίων του Προέδρου νωρίτερα σχετικά με τις εξελίξεις στο Μπέλφαστ, θέλω να επισημάνω ότι, από την απόσταση στην οποία βρισκόμαστε, η ευφορία για τις πολιτικές εξελίξεις στο Μπέλφαστ είναι κατανοητή. Ωστόσο, οφείλω να δηλώσω στο Σώμα ότι, εγώ και πολλοί άλλοι στη Βόρεια Ιρλανδία, δεν θεωρούμε ότι υπάρχει κάτι που πρέπει να μας χαροποιεί όσον αφορά την πρόωρη συμμετοχή στην κυβέρνηση ανθρώπων οι οποίοι ενέκριναν προσωπικά, άσκησαν και υποστήριξαν ανεπιφύλακτα μια εκστρατεία ωμής τρομοκρατίας η οποία είχε ως αποτέλεσμα τον θάνατο χιλιάδων αθώων συμπολιτών μου. Λέω «πρόωρη» διότι ακόμη και τώρα το Sinn Féin εξακολουθεί να είναι επιλεκτικό όσον αφορά την υποστήριξη της αστυνομίας, δεδομένου ότι προβεβλημένα μέλη του καταδικάζουν νόμιμες συλλήψεις από την αστυνομία ατόμων τα οποία κατηγορούνται για σοβαρά εγκλήματα, ενώ αρνούνται να συνεργαστούν πλήρως με την αστυνομία για την προσαγωγή ενώπιον της δικαιοσύνης των ανθρώπων που ευθύνονται για εγκληματικές ενέργειες όπως η βομβιστική επίθεση στο Omagh, στην οποία σκοτώθηκαν 29 αθώοι περαστικοί. Σε ποια άλλη χώρα του κόσμου θα περιμένατε να δείτε στην κυβέρνηση υπουργούς οι οποίοι συνδέονται άμεσα με ένα παράνομο στρατιωτικό συμβούλιο του οποίου ενδέχεται να είναι ακόμη μέλη και το οποίο ελέγχει τον παράνομο ιδιωτικό τους στρατό; Και όμως, αυτό ακριβώς θα επικροτήσουν πολλοί βουλευτές σε αυτό το Σώμα όσον αφορά τη Βόρεια Ιρλανδία. Κανένα καλό δεν μπορεί να προέλθει από το κακό."@el10
"Señor Presidente, continuando con los comentarios anteriores del Presidente sobre los acontecimientos de Belfast, quiero decir que, desde esta distancia, la euforia por los acontecimientos políticos de Belfast es comprensible. Sin embargo, debo decir a la Cámara que yo mismo, y muchos en Irlanda del Norte, no vemos motivos para celebrar en la prematura admisión en el Gobierno de aquellos que sancionaron personalmente, practicaron y apoyaron sin reservas una campaña de terrorismo maligno que dejó miles de inocentes conciudadanos míos muertos. Digo «prematura» porque incluso el Sinn Féin mantiene la ambigüedad en su apoyo a la policía y miembros importantes de este partido condenan detenciones policiales legítimas por delitos graves y rehúsan una cooperación plena con la policía a la hora de llevar a la justicia a los responsables de ultrajes como la explosión de Omagh, que asesinó a 29 personas inocentes que estaban de compras. ¿En qué otro lugar del mundo esperarían ustedes encontrar Ministros del Gobierno inextricablemente ligados a un consejo militar ilegal, o tal vez incluso miembros del mismo, de su propio ejército ilegal privado? Eso es lo que muchos en esta Cámara aplaudirán en Irlanda del Norte. De lo malo no puede salir nada bueno."@es21
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@et5
"Arvoisa puhemies, Belfastin tapahtumia koskevista puhemiehen aiemmista huomautuksista haluan sanoa, että tältä etäisyydeltä katsottuna Belfastin poliittisen kehityksen herättämä euforia on ymmärrettävää. Minun on kuitenkin kerrottava parlamentille, etten minä eivätkä monet Pohjois-Irlannissa näe mitään juhlimisen aihetta sellaisten henkilöiden ennenaikaisessa ottamisessa hallitukseen, jotka henkilökohtaisesti antoivat hyväksyntänsä, harjoittivat ja tukivat varauksetta raakaa terrorismia, jonka seurauksena tuhannet viattomat kansalaiset kuolivat. Sanon "ennenaikaisessa", koska Sinn Féinin poliisille antama tuki on yhä edelleen hyvin valikoivaa ja sen huomattavat jäsenet tuomitsevat vakavista rikoksista poliisin tekemät lailliset pidätykset ja kieltäytyvät täydestä yhteistyöstä poliisin kanssa niiden henkilöiden saamiseksi oikeuden eteen, jotka ovat vastuussa 29 viatonta ihmistä surmanneen Omaghin pommi-iskun kaltaisista rikoksista. Missä muualla maailmassa odottaisi löytävänsä hallituksesta ministereitä, joilla on erittäin tiiviit yhteydet oman laittoman yksityisarmeijansa laittomaan neuvostoon ja jotka ovat ehkä jopa edelleen sen jäseniä? Tätä Pohjois-Irlannin tilannetta monet parlamentin jäsenistä kuitenkin kiittelevät. Pahasta ei voi seurata mitään hyvää."@fi7
"Monsieur le Président, pour faire suite aux commentaires formulés tout à l’heure par le président au sujet des évènements survenus à Belfast, je voudrais dire que, vue d’ici, l’euphorie qui entoure l’évolution politique à Belfast est compréhensible. Néanmoins, je dois dire que, comme beaucoup en Irlande du Nord, je ne vois aucune raison de me réjouir de l’admission prématurée au gouvernement de ceux qui ont personnellement approuvé, mené et soutenu sans réserve une campagne de terrorisme brutal qui a fait des milliers de victimes innocentes parmi mes concitoyens. Je dis «prématurée» parce que, même aujourd’hui, le Sinn Féin demeure très sélectif dans son soutien envers la police, certains membres éminents condamnant des arrestations policières légitimes pour des crimes graves et refusant la coopération totale avec la police pour traduire en justice les responsables d’atrocités comme l’attentat à la bombe d’Omagh, qui a tué 29 commerçants innocents. Où d’autre dans le monde penseriez-vous trouver au gouvernement des ministres inextricablement liés et peut-être même encore membres du Conseil de l’armée illégal de leur propre armée privée illégale? C’est pourtant ce que bon nombre de députés de cette Assemblée applaudiront en Irlande du Nord. Le mal ne peut apporter que du mal."@fr8
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@hu11
"Signor Presidente, in relazione ai commenti espressi poco fa dal Presidente sugli avvenimenti di Belfast, vorrei dire che, da questo lontano osservatorio, l’euforia per gli sviluppi politici in quella città può essere comprensibile. Tuttavia, tengo a precisare all’Assemblea che io, come molti altri cittadini dell’Irlanda del Nord, non ritengo vi sia alcunché da festeggiare nella prematura ammissione al governo di persone che hanno personalmente approvato, praticato e incondizionatamente sostenuto una feroce campagna terroristica che ha causato la morte di migliaia di concittadini innocenti. Dico “prematura” perché ancora oggi il sta facendo il prezioso per quanto riguarda l’appoggio alle forze di polizia; infatti, molti suoi esponenti di spicco condannano i legittimi arresti operati dalla polizia nei confronti di autori di crimini gravi e si rifiutano di collaborare pienamente con la polizia per assicurare alla giustizia i responsabili di atrocità quali l’attentato dinamitardo di Omagh, nel quale sono morte 29 persone innocenti. In quale altra parte del mondo si tollererebbe che la carica di ministro sia affidata a persone indissolubilmente legate o addirittura membri a pieno titolo di un consiglio militare illegale del loro personale esercito privato clandestino? Eppure, è proprio a questo che molti in quest’Aula daranno il loro plaudente assenso per l’Irlanda del Nord. Dal male non può nascere il bene."@it12
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@lt14
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@lv13
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@mt15
"Mijnheer de Voorzitter, naar aanleiding van de eerdere opmerkingen van de Voorzitter over de ontwikkelingen in Belfast, zou ik willen opmerken dat ik begrip heb over de euforie vanaf deze plek over de politieke ontwikkelingen in Belfast. Ik moet het Parlement echter melden dat ik, en vele anderen in Noord-Ierland, geen enkele reden zie om mij te verheugen in de voorbarige toelating tot de regering van mensen die de immorele terreurcampagne die tot de dood van duizenden onschuldige burgers heeft geleid, persoonlijk hebben goedgekeurd, uitgeoefend en onvoorwaardelijk hebben gesteund. Ik zeg 'voorbarig' omdat Sinn Féin zelfs op dit moment nog stemming maakt doordat prominente leden van de organisatie legitieme arrestaties voor ernstige misdrijven veroordelen. Voorts weigeren zij om volledige medewerking aan de politie te verlenen bij het bestraffen van degenen die verantwoordelijk zijn voor wandaden, zoals de Omagh-bomaanslag waarbij 29 onschuldige winkelende mensen om het leven kwamen. Waar ter wereld verwacht je dat er in een regering ministers zitten die onlosmakelijk verbonden zijn met, of misschien wel lid zijn van, de illegale legerraad van een illegaal privéleger? Toch is dat precies wat velen in dit Parlement toejuichen. Uit kwaad kan geen goed voortkomen."@nl3
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@pl16
"Senhor Presidente, na esteira dos comentários que antes proferiu sobre os acontecimentos em Belfast, gostaria de dizer que, a esta distância, a euforia sobre os desenvolvimentos políticos nessa cidade é compreensível. Devo, contudo, dizer à Assembleia que eu e muitas outras pessoas, na Irlanda do Norte, não vemos motivos para celebrar nesta admissão prematura no governo de pessoas que, pessoalmente, sancionaram, praticaram e apoiaram sem reservas uma campanha de violento terrorismo que matou milhares de inocentes, meus compatriotas. Digo “prematura” porque, ainda hoje, o continua a seleccionar as acções para as quais apoia a polícia, com membros proeminentes que condenam legítimas detenções por crimes graves efectuadas pela polícia e recusam cooperar plenamente com as forças policiais para levar perante a justiça os responsáveis por afrontas como a bomba que explodiu em Omagh e que matou 29 inocentes transeuntes. Em que outro lugar do mundo se esperaria ver no governo ministros indissociavelmente ligados a, possivelmente até ainda membros de, um conselho militar ilegal de um exército privado ilegal? É isso que muitos deputados a este Parlamento irão aplaudir a propósito da Irlanda do Norte. O mal não pode gerar o bem."@pt17
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@ro18
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@sk19
"Mr President, following on from the President's comments earlier about developments in Belfast, I would like to say that, from this distance, euphoria about political developments in Belfast is understandable. However, I must tell the House that I, and many in Northern Ireland, see nothing to celebrate in the premature admission to government of those who personally sanctioned, practiced and unreservedly supported a campaign of vicious terrorism that left thousands of my fellow citizens as innocent dead. I say ‘premature’ because even now Sinn Féin is still cherry-picking in its support for the police, with prominent members condemning legitimate police arrests for serious crimes and refusing full cooperation with the police in bringing to justice those responsible for such outrages as the Omagh bombing, which killed 29 innocent shoppers. Where else in the world would you expect to find in government ministers inextricably linked to, and maybe even still members of, an illegal army council of their own illegal private army? Yet that is what many in this House will applaud in Northern Ireland. Of evil no good can come."@sl20
"Herr talman! Jag vill återknyta till talmannens kommentarer förut om utvecklingen i Belfast och säga att euforin härifrån kring den politiska utvecklingen i Belfast är förståelig. Jag måste dock tala om för parlamentet att jag och många i Nordirland inte ser något att fira med att de som personligen sanktionerade, utövade och oförbehållsamt stödde en kampanj av fruktansvärd terrorism som tog död på tusentals oskyldiga landsmän har fått ett överilat tillträde till regeringen. Jag säger ”överilat” eftersom Sinn Féin fortfarande plockar ut godbitarna ur sitt stöd för polisen, med framstående medlemmar som fördömer polisens rättmäktiga gripanden vid allvarliga brott och som vägrar att samarbeta fullt ut med polisen när det gäller att ställa ansvariga för sådana övergrepp som Omagh-bombningen inför rätta, där 29 oskyldiga människor dödades. Var annars i världen kan man hitta ministrar i regeringen som har oupplösliga band med och kanske fortfarande är medlemmar av ett olagligt arméråd till en egen olaglig privat armé? Ändå är det detta som många här i parlamentet applåderar i Nordirland. Av ondska kan inget gott komma."@sv22
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