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Adams arrest: Sinn Féin 'may consider' peace role

Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has said that Sinn Féin will be monitoring the situation in relation to the arrest of its leader Gerry Adams.

Mr McGuinness said that if the situation is "resolved in a satisfactory way", the party will continue to "support the reformers who have made a massive contribution to policing".

He added that if it "does not work out the way that it should", the party will review the situation "in the context of continuing with a positive and constructive role in a vitally important peace process".

  • 02 May 2014
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