Recorded and Provided VO
Middle Aged (35-54)
British (General) , Irish (General)
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A key moment in the peace process came with the signing of the Belfast Agreement on april the 10th 1998. It was signed on the friday before easter. So is often called the good friday Agreement. The Belfast, or good friday agreement was formed of two parts, a deal signed by the UK prime Minister, Tony Blair and Ireland's leader, Bertie Ahern, and a deal that was also signed by parties and civil society groups in northern Ireland. It said that elections would be held for a new assembly to represent both nationalist and unionist communities, with an agreement to share power in the governing of northern Ireland.