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Tuesday , 25/4/2017
PM, economic team visit RJ
Deputizing for King, awqaf minister attends Israa wal Miraj celebration
Senate president holds talks with his Pakistani counterpart
Royal Decree appoints Badran president of NCDC's higher council
Army chief opens Jordanian-US military committee meeting
King visits army headquarters
FM, German counterpart hold talks
UK appeals for Belfast breakthrough to save power-sharing
London, Jan. 11 (Petra)- Britain's minister for Northern Ireland has appealed to rival leaders to save their failing unity government and prevent a snap election that will do nothing to solve the political crisis.
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire told lawmakers Tuesday that the surprise resignation of the Belfast coalition's senior Catholic politician means the British government in London will be legally obliged to dissolve the Northern Ireland Assembly unless a Belfast breakthrough can be achieved within six days.
Brokenshire said: "The clock is ticking. If there is no resolution, an election is inevitable, despite the widely held view that this election may deepen divisions and threaten the continuity of the devolved institutions." //Petra//
11/1/2017 - 04:05:16 PM
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