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Northern Ireland Secretary First Minister Arlene Foster has dismissed calls for the release of political prisoners on a deal to stop the Northern Ireland conflict from killing thousands more people.
Ms Foster told TheJournal.ie, a new Belfast Star, that a deal had been agreed to end talks for Northern Ireland to be a single nation, in line with a decision taken by Irish and British leaders during the Republic of Ireland referendum in 2014.
Ms Foster also said there was no need for more jail terms for people who were captured during sectarian violence which killed hundreds during the sectarian violence in the 1980s when the Protestant IRA fought an arms-for-arms campaign against Catholics.
She said the only way to have peace was to have a fair, impartial and independent investigation, a path that would lead to an agreement between the people of Northern Ireland and the Provisional IRA (PIRA) of Stormont in order to secure a negotiated settlement.
“Any one of the main political parties in Northern Ireland has said that peace could be achieved by a peace agreement that they are in the process of implementing, and that could have a significant and positive impact in terms of the lives of everyone in Northern Ireland and a sense of security.
“I believe that all of those parties have agreed in writing that any peace agreement should be based on the premise that all political parties in Northern Ireland agree that in order to have peace, people of both sides of the border will need to agree a lasting peace that’s based on a fair and impartial investigation that brings all parties together.
“That means all parties must come to the conclusion that there is an end to what appears to be a bloody legacy of a conflict that many would now classify as an ethnic war that has cost far too many innocent lives.