After six nights of turmoil in Londonderry, Carrickfergus and Belfast, the Northern Irish authorities rallied urgently on Thursday to try to calm the situation.
The fire in Northern Ireland is smoldering. Tensions culminated in a week of riots, causing projectiles and vehicles to catch fire, mainly in the loyal areas where the Protestants are the majority. Several policemen were injured-55 people have been injured since the conflict, as well as a bus driver and a photographer from the city. Belfast Telegraph, Kevin Scott.Unionists and Republicans in the local government of Northern Ireland condemned the violence on Thursday (April 8) “Completely unacceptable and unreasonable” Those who have shaken up the nation in recent days have called for calm.
In the evenings from Wednesday to Thursday, young demonstrators often gather on Lanark Way in Belfast, Northern Ireland. A bus caught fire and threw a Molotov cocktail in the direction of the metal barrier separating the city’s Catholic and Protestant districts.
After six nights of violent clashes between Carrickfergus and Belfast in Londonderry, Northern Ireland authorities met in an emergency on Thursday. In a statement, the Northern Ireland executive branch-the executive branch of the Northern Irish government, led by Prime Minister Arlene Foster (a member of the Democratic Union Party DUP), the party advocates maintaining some form of political alliance between the Northern Provinces (Ireland and the United Kingdom), with the assistance of Deputy Prime Minister Michel O’Neill (Member Sinn Fein who hopes to achieve North-South reunification) said:
“Destruction, violence and threats of violence [sont] It is totally unacceptable and unreasonable, no matter what concerns exist in the community”.
Northern Ireland authorities say “Very Concerned” In particular, incidents that occurred in loyal areas are conducive to maintaining ties with London.