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GB-Ireland-North-Politics: Northern Ireland: Paul Givan chosen by the DUP to lead the government
Belfast (Reuters) - The Democrat Unionist Party (DUP) chose Tuesday Paul Givan to lead the Government of Northern Ireland to replace Arlene Foster who resigned in April in a context of post-Brexit voltages.
aged 39, it is a close to the new Dup leader, Edwin Poots, who took the lead in the main political training North-Irish last month.
Paul Givan will now have to get the vote of confidence of the main partners of the coalition to become the new Prime Minister of the British semi-autonomous province.
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Sinn FEIN, the Republican Party with which the DUP leads the province, calls on its partner that it promotes a bill on the Irish language place in the British province.
Gold, Paul Givan, when he was a minister of commerce, had reduced the funding dedicated to the Irish language, causing, according to Sinn FEIN, the collapse four years ago of a previous Union Government.
interrogated by the press, Edwin Poots said the DUP had guaranteed its partners of the coalition that this bill would be presented.
The North Irish Prime Minister Arlene Foster, criticized for his management of Brexit, announced on 28 April his resignation, following clashes related to the repercussions on the exit of Great Britain of the European Union, In particular the North Irish protocol.
This protocol, intended to avoid the restoration of a physical border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, has established trade barriers between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom that caused shortages. of goods in some supermarkets and the shutdown of deliveries from several British companies.
Discussions are in progress between London and Brussels on this protocol.
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