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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@ro18
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@et5
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@sl20
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@mt15
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@cs1
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@sk19
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@lt14
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@pl16
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@hu11
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"Hr. formand! Joseph Conrad sagde engang, at hvad alle mennesker virkelig ønsker, er en eller anden form for eller måske opskrift på fred. I forbindelse med 50-årsdagen for dette enestående europæiske projekt, der har bragt fred og stabilitet til vores kontinent, har denne uge også været uhørt, bemærkelsesværdig og utroligt positiv med hensyn til fred og fremskridt på øen Irland, både i nord og syd. Jeg glæder mig overmåde over den decentrale regering og dens tilbagevenden til Nordirland. Beslutningen fra de to største politiske grupper, DUP og Sinn Féin, om at sætte sig sammen og blive enige om at dele magten inden for seks uger, er en helt igennem lovende milepæl, der omsider indleder slutspillet i den langstrakte fredsproces i Nordirland efter 40 års vold. Det er vigtigt, at vi her i Europa-Parlamentet anerkender denne uges ekstraordinære begivenheder i Stormont. Jeg vil også i særdeleshed anerkende den rolle, som Unionistpartiet i Ulster og SDLP, David Trimble og John Hume, de tidligere ledere, de nuværende ledere …"@da2
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"Arvoisa puhemies, Joseph Conrad sanoi kerran, että kaikki ihmiset tavoittelevat oikeastaan jonkinlaista rauhaa tai ehkäpä vain jonkinlaista reseptiä rauhaan. Samalla kun vietämme maanosaamme rauhaa ja vakautta tuoneen ainutlaatuisen Eurooppa-hankkeen 50-vuotisjuhlaa, kuluva viikko on myös ollut ennennäkemätön, ainutlaatuinen ja äärimmäisen myönteinen Irlannin saaren rauhan ja edistyksen kannalta. Viimeinkin meillä ei ole vain jonkinlainen rauha, vaan resepti rauhanomaiseen tulevaisuuteen Irlannin kansalaisille sekä pohjoisessa että etelässä. Pidän Pohjois-Irlannissa nyt syntynyttä yhteishallitusta erittäin myönteisenä. Suurimpien poliittisten puolueiden, DUP:n ja Sinn Féinin, tämänviikkoinen päätös istua alas kasvotusten ja sopia vallanjaosta kuuden viikon kuluessa on erittäin lupaava virstanpylväs. Tämä tarkoittaa myös sitä, että Pohjois-Irlannin pitkäksi venyneessä rauhanprosessissa on 40 vuotta jatkuneiden väkivaltaisuuksien jälkeen päästy viimeinkin loppusuoralle. On tärkeää, että me Euroopan parlamentissa annamme tunnustusta tämänviikkoisista poikkeuksellisista tapahtumista Stormontissa. Haluan myös antaa tunnustusta erityisesti Ulsterin unionistipuolueen ja SDLP:n roolille, näiden puolueiden entisille johtajille David Trimblelle ja John Humelle, niiden nykyisille johtajille…"@fi7
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"Herr talman! Joseph Conrad sa en gång att det alla människor egentligen är ute efter är någon form av eller kanske bara någon formel för fred. När vi firar 50-årsjubileet av detta unika europeiska projekt som har medfört fred och stabilitet till vår kontinent har denna vecka också varit oöverträffad, anmärkningsvärd och oerhört positiv när det gäller fred och framsteg på Irland. Till slut har vi inte bara en form av fred, utan en formel för en fredlig framtid för de irländska medborgarna i norr och söder. Jag vill varmt välkomna den nya regeringen och dess återkomst till Nordirland. De största politiska gruppernas, unionistpartiet DUP och Sinn Féin, beslut denna vecka att sitta ner ansikte mot ansikte för att enas om en maktdelning inom sex veckor är en oerhört lovande milstolpe och äntligen slutspelet i den utdragna fredsprocessen i Nordirland efter 40 år av våld. Det är viktigt att vi i Europaparlamentet erkänner veckans unika händelser i Stormont. Jag vill även lyfta fram särskilt den roll som Unionsvänliga partiet i Ulster och Socialdemokratiska arbetarpartiet, David Trimble och John Hume, de föregående ledarna, de nuvarande ledarna …"@sv22
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"Κύριε Πρόεδρε, ο Joseph Conrad είχε πει κάποτε ότι αυτό που όλοι οι άνθρωποι αναζητούν πραγματικά είναι μια μορφή ειρήνης, ή ίσως κάποια διευθέτηση μόνο που να την εξασφαλίζει πρακτικά. Καθώς εορτάζουμε την 50ή επέτειο από την έναρξη αυτού του μοναδικού ευρωπαϊκού εγχειρήματος, το οποίο έχει εξασφαλίσει την ειρήνη και τη σταθερότητα στην ήπειρό μας, η εβδομάδα που διανύουμε υπήρξε επίσης μοναδική στην ιστορία, αξιοσημείωτη και εξαιρετικά θετική για την ειρήνη και την πρόοδο στη νήσο της Ιρλανδίας. Επιτέλους, δεν έχουμε απλώς μια μορφή ειρήνης, αλλά και μια πρακτική διευθέτηση η οποία μπορεί να εξασφαλίσει ένα ειρηνικό μέλλον στους πολίτες της Ιρλανδίας, τόσο της βόρειας όσο και της νότιας. Θέλω να χαιρετίσω θερμά την αποκεντρωμένη διακυβέρνηση και την αποκατάστασή της στη Βόρεια Ιρλανδία. Η απόφαση, αυτήν την εβδομάδα, των μεγαλύτερων πολιτικών σχηματισμών, του Δημοκρατικού Ενωτικού Κόμματος (DUP) και του Sinn Féin, να προσέλθουν σε απευθείας συνομιλίες και να συμφωνήσουν να μοιραστούν την εξουσία εντός έξι εβδομάδων αποτελεί εξαιρετικά ελπιδοφόρα εξέλιξη και, επιτέλους, την αρχή του τέλους της παρατεταμένης ειρηνευτικής διαδικασίας στη Βόρεια Ιρλανδία μετά από μια περίοδο βίας η οποία διήρκεσε επί 40 χρόνια. Έχει σημασία να αναγνωρίσουμε εδώ, στο Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο, τα εξαιρετικά γεγονότα στο Stormont αυτήν την εβδομάδα. Θέλω επίσης να αναγνωρίσω ιδίως τον ρόλο του Ενωτικού Κόμματος του Ώλστερ και του Σοσιαλδημοκρατικού και Εργατικού Κόμματος (SDLP), του David Trimble και του John Hume, των πρώην ηγετών, των σημερινών τους ηγετών..."@el10
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@lv13
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"Mijnheer de Voorzitter, Joseph Conrad heeft eens gezegd dat alle mensen eigenlijk op zoek zijn naar een bepaalde vorm van, of misschien alleen maar een recept voor, vrede. Nu wij het vijftigjarig jubileum vieren van dit unieke Europese project, dat vrede en veiligheid binnen ons werelddeel heeft gebracht, voltrok zich deze week een ongekende, opmerkelijke en uiterst positieve ontwikkeling op het vlak van vrede en vooruitgang in Ierland. Eindelijk hebben we meer dan een zekere vorm van vrede, en is er ook zicht op een vreedzame toekomst voor de burgers in het noorden en het zuiden van Ierland. Ik wil de terugkeer van de afgevaardigde regering naar Noord-Ierland van harte toejuichen. De beslissing van de grootste politieke groeperingen, de Unionisten en Sinn Féin, om rechtstreeks te overleggen en binnen zes weken overeenstemming te bereiken over de machtsdeling, is een uiterst veelbelovende mijlpaal en vormt het eindspel in het langdurige vredesproces in Noord-Ierland, na veertig jaar van geweld. Het is belangrijk dat wij in het Europees Parlement stilstaan bij de buitengewone gebeurtenissen in Stormont deze week. Ik erken hierin met name de rol van de Unionisten en de SDLP, David Trimble en John Hume, hun voormalige leiders, hun huidige leiders …"@nl3
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"Mr President, Joseph Conrad once said that what all men are really after is some form, or perhaps only some formula, of peace. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this unique European project, which has brought peace and stability to our continent, this week has also been unprecedented, remarkable and extremely positive for peace and progress on the island of Ireland. At last we have not just a form of peace, but a formula for a peaceful future for the citizens of Ireland, north and south. I would like to warmly welcome devolved government and its return to Northern Ireland. The decision this week by the largest political groups, the DUP and Sinn Féin, to sit down face to face and agree to power-sharing within six weeks represents a profoundly promising milestone and, at last, the end game in the protracted peace process of Northern Ireland following 40 years of violence. It is important that we in the European Parliament acknowledge the extraordinary happenings at Stormont this week. I would also like to acknowledge in particular the role of the Ulster Unionist Party and the SDLP, David Trimble and John Hume, the former leaders, their current leaders …"@en4
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"Senhor Presidente, Joseph Conrad afirmou um dia que no fundo, o que todos procuram é alguma forma, ou talvez uma simples fórmula de paz. No momento em que celebramos o 50º aniversário deste projecto único, o projecto europeu, que trouxe paz e estabilidade ao nosso continente, tivemos uma semana que foi também única, digna de nota e muitíssima positiva para a paz e o progresso na Ilha da Irlanda. Finalmente, dispomos não só de uma forma de paz mas também de uma fórmula para um futuro de paz para os cidadãos da Irlanda, do Norte e do Sul. Queria saudar calorosamente a devolução do governo e o seu regresso à Irlanda do Norte. A decisão desta semana dos maiores grupos políticos, o Partido Democrata Unionista (DUP) e o de se sentarem frente a frente e chegarem, num prazo de seis semanas, a acordo quanto à partilha do poder representa um marco profundamente promissor e, finalmente, a conclusão do arrastado processo de paz da Irlanda do Norte, após 40 anos de violência. É da maior importância que nós, Parlamento Europeu, reconheçamos o carácter extraordinário dos acontecimentos desta semana em Stormont. Gostaria também de realçar, em especial, o papel do Partido Unionista do Ulster (UUP) e do Partido Social-Democrata e Trabalhista (SDLP) e de David Trimble e John Hume, dos antigos líderes, dos actuais líderes… )"@pt17
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"Signor Presidente, Joseph Conrad disse una volta che ciò di cui tutti gli uomini sono alla ricerca è una forma, o forse soltanto una formula, di pace. Oltre che per le celebrazioni del 50o anniversario del progetto europeo, unico nel suo genere, che ha portato pace e stabilità al nostro continente, questa settimana sarà ricordata anche per gli importanti sviluppi, inediti e decisamente positivi, per la pace e il progresso nell’isola d’Irlanda. Finalmente abbiamo non più solo una forma di pace, bensì una formula per un futuro di concordia per i cittadini d’Irlanda, nel nord come nel sud. Plaudo al governo incaricato e al suo ritorno nell’Irlanda del Nord. La decisione adottata questa settimana dai principali gruppi politici, il DUP e il di sedersi allo stesso tavolo e di concordare una divisione dei poteri entro sei settimane costituisce una pietra miliare molto promettente nonché – finalmente – il capitolo conclusivo del lunghissimo processo di pace nell’Irlanda del Nord dopo quarant’anni di violenze. E’ importante che, in quanto Parlamento europeo, prendiamo atto degli straordinari eventi accaduti questa settimana a Stormont. Vorrei esprimere inoltre un particolare apprezzamento per il ruolo svolto dall’ e dall’SDLP, da David Trimble e John Hume, dai di un tempo e da quelli attuali..."@it12
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"Herr Präsident! Joseph Conrad sagte einmal, dass das, wonach alle Menschen wirklich streben, eine Form, oder vielleicht nur eine Formel für Frieden ist. In der Woche, in der wir den 50. Jahrestag dieses einzigartigen europäischen Projekts feiern, das unserem Kontinent Frieden und Stabilität gebracht hat, gab es auch noch nie dagewesene, bemerkenswerte und äußerst positive Entwicklungen, was den Frieden und Fortschritte auf der Insel Irland angeht. Endlich haben wir nicht nur eine Form, sondern auch eine Formel für eine friedliche Zukunft für die Bürger Irlands, im Norden und im Süden. Ich möchte die zentralisierte Regierung und ihre Rückkehr nach Nordirland aufs Herzlichste begrüßen. Die Entscheidung, die die größten Fraktionen, die DUP und die Sinn Féin, in dieser Woche getroffen haben, nämlich sich von Angesicht zu Angesicht gegenüberzutreten und sich darauf zu einigen, innerhalb von sechs Wochen eine gemeinsame Regierung zu bilden, stellt einen viel versprechenden Meilenstein dar und ist endlich die letzte Etappe des langwierigen Friedensprozesses in Nordirland, nach 40 Jahren der Gewalt. Es ist wichtig, dass wir im Europäischen Parlament anerkennen, was für außergewöhnliche Dinge sich diese Woche in Stormont ereignet haben. Besondere Anerkennung verdienen meines Erachtens die Rolle der Ulster Unionist Party und der SDLP, David Trimble und John Hume, die ehemaligen Vorsitzenden, die derzeitigen Vorsitzenden …"@de9
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"Monsieur le Président, Joseph Conrad a un jour dit que tout ce que voulaient les hommes, c’était une certaine forme, ou peut-être seulement une certaine formule, de paix. Au moment où nous fêtons le 50e anniversaire de ce projet européen unique, qui a amené la paix et la stabilité sur notre continent, cette semaine est également sans précédent, remarquable et extrêmement positive pour la paix et le progrès sur l’île d’Irlande. Enfin, nous n’avons pas seulement une forme de paix, mais une formule en vue d’un avenir pacifique pour les citoyens d’Irlande, au Nord comme au Sud. Je tiens à souhaiter la bienvenue au gouvernement décentralisé et à saluer son retour en Irlande du Nord. La décision prise cette semaine par les principaux groupes politiques, le DUP et le Sinn Féin, de s’asseoir face à face et de convenir d’un partage des pouvoirs dans les six semaines représente un jalon profondément prometteur et, enfin, la phase finale de ce long processus de paix nord-irlandais, après 40 ans de violence. Il importe qu’au sein du parlement européen, nous reconnaissions les évènements extraordinaires qui ont eu lieu à Stormont cette semaine. Je voudrais également reconnaître en particulier le rôle de l’Ulster Unionist Party et du SDLP, de David Trimble et de John Hume, les anciens chefs de file, des chefs de file actuels…"@fr8
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"Señor Presidente, Joseph Conrad dijo una vez que lo que todos los hombres buscan es cierta forma, o quizás solo cierta fórmula, de paz. Mientras celebramos el 50º aniversario de este proyecto único europeo, que ha traído paz y estabilidad a nuestro continente, esta semana también ha sido especial, notable y sumamente positiva para la paz y el progreso en la isla de Irlanda. Por fin no solo tenemos una forma de paz, sino una fórmula para el futuro pacífico de los ciudadanos de Irlanda, del norte y del sur. Quisiera dar una calurosa bienvenida al Gobierno delegado y su retorno a Irlanda del Norte. La decisión de esta semana por parte de los grupos políticos más grandes, el DUP y el Sinn Féin, de sentarse cara a cara y acordar compartir el poder en un período de seis semanas representa un hito enormemente prometedor, y por fin, el colofón del prolongado proceso de paz de Irlanda del Norte tras 40 años de violencia. Es importante que en el Parlamento Europeo reconozcamos los extraordinarios acontecimientos ocurridos en Stormont esta semana. También quisiera reconocer en especial el papel del Partido Unionista del Ulster y del Partido Socialdemócrata Laborista, de David Trimble y John Hume, los antiguos líderes, sus líderes actuales..."@es21
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