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Thread: Republican/Nationalist hypocrisy again at NI Councils?

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    Default Republican/Nationalist hypocrisy again at NI Councils?

    How about this for hypocrisy

    Dungannon council refused to allow a book of condolence to murdered Prison officer from neighbouring Cookstown because not from council area.

    Omagh council this week then voted for a motion to write to the Secretary of state to release Republican prisoners (not from the council area)

    Dungannon controllled SF council
    BBC News - Dungannon Sinn Fein oppose David Black condolence book


    Omagh controlled SF council
    Tyrone News, Tyrone Sport, your local newspaper - Prisoner row erupts again during fiery council meeting – The Ulster Herald

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    Meh

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    Whats the hypocrisy, did you expect them to do anything different?
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    No didn't expect anything different from them but I thought I would highlight it and see other peoples opinion.

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    I see from the lack of responce that the CNR community, this highlight the ambivalence towards the situation in NI.

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